In one of its financial reports for 2020, Sony said it was going to bring more PlayStation exclusives to the PC. And now we can say with confidence: the intentions of the Japanese company have not changed. The GQ portal managed to talk to the CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment Jim Ryan and found out that the zombie action Days Gone will be released on PC next spring. And then other PlayStation exclusives will follow in his footsteps.
The executive’s statement reads: “We are now in the first half of 2021 where our development studios and their games are in better shape than ever. Particularly in the second half of the PS4 lifecycle, our teams have created some great games. [Now] there is an opportunity to present these great projects to a wider audience and understand the economics of game development, which is not always easy. The cost of creating projects rises with each cycle, as the caliber of franchises grows. It also made it easier to make them available to non-console users. So this is a pretty logical decision for us. “
Surprise. #DaysGone comes to PC this spring. Stay tuned for more details. pic.twitter.com/vcSYSKgOtn
In the same interview, Jim Ryan announced Days Gone for PC. But what other PlayStation exclusives will look at this platform is still unknown. If you believe numerous rumors, then the list will definitely include a remaster of Bloodborne.
As a reminder, Days Gone is not the first project from Sony’s internal studios to appear on the PC. In August 2020, Horizon Zero Dawn acquired the PC version.