Sony Music Publishing is set to launch a new publishing label known as Unties. With this new label, Sony will become the publisher of at least one Nintendo Switch game, as well as multiple PC titles.
Overall, Unties aims to shine a light on games that might have gotten buried underneath the flood of indie titles hitting the market. One look at the Nintendo eShop on the Switch and it’s easy to see what they’re referring to. The Switch has become an indie game machine with multiple titles releasing every week. Unties will support quality titles that they feel deserve more attention from consumers.
Along with the announcement of the new publishing label, Sony has also announced a slew of titles that will be released under the new label. The first title is Tiny Metal and it’s releasing next month. Developed by Area35, Tiny Metal is a tactical simulation game and is set to be released on the Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC on November 21st. Check out the Tiny Metal trailer from Pax West 2017 below.
Unties will also release Last Standard. So far it has only been announced for the PC with other platforms TBA. Last Standard is a 3D action game from developer I From Japan. The developer has uploaded the following video to their YouTube channel.
Unties is also publishing Deemo Reborn for the PS4. Developed by Rayark, Deemo Reborn includes PlayStation VR support and is described as a rhythm action game. Rayark has released a short teaser video for the game, which you can check out below.
The final game from Unties starting lineup is Merkava Avalanche. It will be released for the PC with other platforms TBA. Merkava Avalanche is a survival action game from developer WinterCrownWorks. Check out an early teaser for the game below.