Sony’s announcement this week that it will continue to bring more PlayStation titles on PC platforms gives PC gamers something to look forward to.
Although no particular games were mentioned, the most recent financial report from Sony stated that it would be “rolling out catalog titles for PC” going forward.
However, it is not difficult to imagine what sorts of PlayStation games Sony may be aiming to release on PC given the recent and upcoming major titles.
The most recent financial report from Sony addressed a wide range of topics, including PS5 sales, software, and particular titles that did well within the previous year as well as those that are upcoming.
To confirm that it does want to deliver more titles to the PC platform, Sony briefly referenced it in its recaps and forward-thinking words.
While talking about the state of the business, Sony stated that “We’re also planning to release a big title, Marvel’s Spider-Man 2, this year, and we aim to continue creating new IP, to roll out catalog titles for PC and strengthening live game service development.”
Sony has already released ten PlayStation games on PC in the last 3 years, including Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition, God of War, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and The Last of Us Part I.
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart could get a PC version as well, though it has not been verified as of yet. Returnal was long believed to be receiving a PC port before it actually happened.
Regarding upcoming PlayStation games for the PC, Sony’s own financial report identified two games that appear like strong prospects for PC releases (outside of the context of PC ports).
Since its November release, God of War Ragnarok has been hailed as a success.
Given that God of War from 2018 was also a major hit on the PC platform, one would anticipate Ragnarok to follow in its footsteps.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 also appears to be a sure thing with Miles Morales and Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, albeit that will come much later because we are still waiting for it to be launched.