PlayStation has been extremely protecting of their exclusives through the years, solely opening up barely in the summertime of 2020 by releasing Horizon Zero Daybreak on PC. However, in accordance with PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan, that is just the start.
In an interview with GQ, Jim Ryan has confirmed that Days Gone is heading to PC in Spring, with “an entire slate of” extra PlayStation exclusives making the transition sooner or later.
The timing of this announcement is nearly as if somebody at Sony learn our console video games we would like on PC function! Their resolution to convey extra blockbuster exclusives come after the profitable laptop launch of Horizon Zero Daybreak.
“There’s a possibility to show these nice video games to a wider viewers,” Jim highlighted, whereas additionally mentioning that as the price of making video games goes up with every console technology with porting video games to PC getting a bit of less complicated now they’re utilizing comparable elements, it is sensible to attempt to earn more money elsewhere.
What different PlayStation video games would we prefer to see on PC? There’s a number of, spanning from the likes of Uncharted 4 and The Final of Us Half II, to God of Struggle and Ghost of Tsushima, with avid gamers who love the ache of dying time and again craving for Bloodborne.
This isn’t the one massive announcement that got here out of this interview, as Jim additionally confirmed the existence of PSVR 2, the return of extra free video games by way of their Play At House initiative, and the Gran Turismo 7 delay to 2022.