Recently released Xbox One game D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die is "never" coming to the PlayStation 4. That's according to director Hidetaka Suehiro, who is perhaps better known by his nickname, Swery.
Responding to a fan on Twitter who asked about the possibility of a PS4 version of D4, Suehiro did not mince words. "Sorry. Never," he succinctly said.
He added: "You can't play D4 on PS4 forever. Sorry. Have to buy [an Xbox One] or find kind friend."
Another fan asked if D4 might come to PC (after all, Xbox One titles do have a history of making the jump), and Suehiro replied with less certainty. He said, "I have to do a lot of [public relations] now" for the Xbox One version. This is currently what's keeping him busy, he added.
This statement leaves open the possibility of D4 coming to PC some day, following the likes of Dead Rising 3 and Ryse: Son of Rome, among others.
D4 was released for Xbox One in September, and GameSpot gave the title a 7.0. Reviewer Kevin VanOrd praised its ridiculous story and atmosphere, while lamenting its stereotypical characters and several slow stretches that bogged down the pace.
Eddie Makuch is a news editor at GameSpot, and you can follow him on Twitter @EddieMakuch
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