Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has amended its list of European developers working on titles for its freshly unveiled PlayStation 4, replacing its previous list of 53 developers with a smaller list of 30 entirely different studios.
Sony confirmed to GameSpot that its first list was a draft sent out in error. The new list includes Witcher 3 developer CD Projekt Red and Sumo Digital, who is rumoured to be creating Little Big Planet 3, but notably removes prominent Minecraft developer Mojang and Angry Birds creator Rovio from the list.
Sony's revised list of the 30 European studios confirmed to be developing for the PlayStation 4:
Blitz Games Studios
CD Projekt RED
Just Add Water
Nixxes Software BV
Sony's previous list of 53 European PlayStation 4 developers included: 4A Games, 505 Games, Abstraction, Beatshapers, Big Ant, Big Bit, BitComposer, Bloober Team, Boss Alien, Bugbear, Cauldron, City Interactive, Criterion Games, Croteam, Curve Studios, Dakko Dakko Ltd, Deck 13, Double Eleven, Eko Software, FatShark, Flying Wildhog, Four Door Lemon, Frozenbyte, FuturLab, Gaijin, Ghost Games, Green Hill Studios, Kalypso Media, Laughing Jackal, Ludosity, Mediatonic, Milestone, Mojang, Omni Systems, Prodigy Design, Ripstone, Roll7, Ronimo, Rovio, Shortround, Sperasoft, Sproing, Stormbasic, Straight Right, Targem, Tate, Techland, Tonika, Torus Games, Vector Cell, Virtual Toys, Vlambeer, and Wizarbox.
For more information on the PlayStation 4, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.