C2/C3 runtime is Html5based, only.
If/when/how Nintendo or Sony will support html5 you should ask on a sony or nintendo developer board.
From the conversation with my colleagues, I wouldn't count on that anytime soon or at all.
And that what I was afraid to hear... because I really like C3.
Well, I guess I'll just focus on the prototype of my game in C3 and then move to something more industry-standard as my colleagues suggested, which isn't that simple for someone who can only work with Visual Scripting like myself.
To be honest I'm not sure what Game Engine I should move to yet. Fusion was the only tool that actually similar to Construct in the workflow and unlike Scirra who works extremely hard for many updates (I admire you Ashley & Tom for that!) Clickteam are super slow, until Fusion 3 will be out it will take a long time, I already know about their ports for switch and ps4 to be as a service but for now Fusion 2.5 is really bad, that's why I moved to Construct 3 with the hope that it won't stuck on HTML5 but I guess there is no hope from these replies.
Earlier today, a friend of mine who's a lead programmer at Unity's HQ for few years now hinted me (it was very clear actually) that they are working on a built-in visual scripting tool that will come with Unity for both 2D and 3D specially for artists, but he couldn't say anything more because of NDA, he said that EVERYONE will be able to make games when this feature will be released... I can't lie, it made me more curious.
I can only guess, it could be: Event sheets based, it could be Nodes based or maybe a total new approach, who knows? I know that my favorite is the Event Sheet like C3 and Fusion. I didn't find the Nodes in Unreal Engine 4 easy to learn at all.
Anyway, sorry that I jumped out of the subject, I just found this very interesting subject and very excited working on my game in Construct 3 for now.
Thanks for the replies! I appreciate it.
It's better to know now then just waiting for a miracle, I guess I should have check this subject before I got into Construct 3 but I was curious and wanted to taste C3 for myself and give it a chance to charm me, and guess what?? it did.. BIG TIME!
That's why I'm sad because I will have to move to a different "home" sooner or later.
No matter what, I really like this community I hope to stay and learn more as I work on my game. :)