Sony is planning to deliver more of its PlayStation games to PC. First up might be Days Gone this spring, Sony president and chief government officer Jim Ryan informed British GQ. Developer Bend Studio additionally confirmed the information through Twitter, including: “Stay tuned for more particulars.”
In the previous, Sony has proven reluctance to port games to PC, although it notably eased its stance final 12 months when it introduced Guerilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn would obtain a PC port, which launched last August. Asked why the corporate appears to have modified its tune, Ryan informed the publication that there are a couple of components at play.
— Bend Studio #DaysGone (@BendStudio) February 23, 2021
“We discover ourselves now in early 2021 with our growth studios and the games that they make in higher form than they’ve ever been earlier than,” he stated. “Particularly from the latter half of the PS4 cycle our studios made some great, nice games. There’s a chance to expose these nice games to a wider viewers and acknowledge the economics of sport growth, which are not all the time simple. The value of constructing games goes up with every cycle, because the calibre of the IP has improved.”
Ryan added it is simpler as effectively to make PS games obtainable to non-console homeowners, making it “a reasonably simple resolution for us to make.” It’s nonetheless unclear which different PlayStation titles may make the soar to PC.
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