President of Sony Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida confirmed that the company has no intentions to release anymore big titles from its first party studios, saying there aren’t any AAA games in the work currently.
In an interview with one of the gaming websites Yoshida said “To be honest, I wouldn’t say we will have big AAA Vita games from first party.” But he added that this doesn’t mean no big games from other developers are coming. We have third party devs like Square Enix that announced World of Final Fantasy for the Vita recently, as well as other games like Volume and Super Time Force Ultra.
“There’s no lack of great games you can play on PS Vita and PS4. You can play at home on PS4 and continue on with cloud save on PS Vita.” Said Yoshida.
“Instead of spending lots of money making big Killzone games on Vita, those large studios are focusing on PS4,” he added. “But we know that the smaller games work very well on PS Vita because it doesn’t require that PS4 tech to make the game fun.”
So no new Uncharted or God of War on the PSV. The titles that already exist on this platform aren’t really bad as they include the likes of Persona 4 Golden and Final Fantasy X, and the Remote Play function insures that you’ll find a use of your Vita when you’re away from your PS4.