Sony plans to expand significantly into PC gaming, an information about investors published this week. By 2025, Sony says, roughly a third of the games in the PlayStation portfolio will be released on PC.
PlayStation’s premier portfolio includes a number of top-flight series from renowned developers, including Insomniac. Ratchet & ClankSanta Monica studio God of Warand Naughty Dog’s the unknown and The last of us. Traditionally, PlayStation games have been exclusive to the PlayStation, but in recent years, Sony has begun to bring them to the PC:
From a gamer’s point of view, Sony’s ongoing attempt to break the rules on PC is undeniable. And with that in mind It’s still hard AF To get your hands on a PS5, even where we’re approaching the point in this console generation developers leave the PlayStation 4 behindPC versions will help bring more games to more people.
But the possibility of releasing games on PC also benefits Sony from a financial point of view. the horizonThe port helped push the game’s total sales to an impressive benchmark: to date, it has sold. Over 20 million copies. And it’s not just the horizon that brings in a lot of money. In its investor briefing, Sony estimates that its PC portfolio is on track to earn $300 million in revenue in the company’s fiscal year 2022 — more than triple the same segment’s revenue in fiscal year 2021, and nearly. 10 times Segment revenue for fiscal year 2020. Clearly, PC gamers like fun games with luxurious production values. What a surprise!
Sony hasn’t revealed any details on which games will make the jump to PC next. (Sony representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment.) Data miners suggest That roguelike exclusive to PS5 the return it’s next for the PC port. (the return It was among the games nominated in the year Massive data leak from Nvidiahe was right about it the existence of Kingdom Hearts 4.) Earlier this year, Sony published Horizon Forbidden Westthe sequence of Zero Dawn, on PS4 and PS5. It’s safe to assume that this game will make it to PC…eventually. Probably