Harrison departure won't affect Home

Written by Joe Martin

February 27, 2008 | 15:10

Tags: #harrison #home #playstation-3 #ps3

Sony higher-up Phil Harrison was one of the biggest proponents of Sony's interactive community non-game, Home and his departure from the company has made many fans uneasy.

Home has been in development for a long time and was originally planned for the PlayStation 2 - so could the loss of the games biggest champion halt development further?


In a statement given to GameDaily recently Sony confirmed that it will be "business as usual for Home."

Phil Harrison was/is CEO and President of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios, but announced his departure a few days ago and revealed that he will be taking a position at Atari instead.

The last major announcement about Home came late last year and things have been oddly quiet for the community non-game lately, though a few displays at GDC '08 proved that the company is still working on the project.

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