A boom in PlayStation-related news, along with announcements of PS VR 2 and Gran Turismo 7 delay.
Jim Ryan, CEO of PlayStation, Has opened a ban on news of the future of the brand, especially with the PS5. Consequently, the first details of a new PlayStation VR release for PS5 were announced and Gran Turismo 7 delayed. Another aspect mentioned by the manager is the launch of A new shipment of PlayStation games to the PC. There will be more soon, and the first to arrive will be Days Gone next spring.
This was confirmed by Ryan in an interview with GQ, where he confirmed that the adventures of the championship Deacon St. John They will follow in the footsteps of other games like Death Stranding and Horizon Zero Dawn, and will arrive at the PC After being exclusive on PlayStation for quite some time
Jim Ryan opens the door to more PlayStation games for PCIn the interview, they asked Ryan What has changed in the company regarding the releases of PC gamesSince before they got rid of him and now they’re betting on him. “Some things have changed; especially in the second half of the PS4 tournament, our studios made great games. There is potential for presenting these titles to a wider audience and recognizing development economicsThe cost of the games increases with each generation cycle. In addition, our ability to make it available to non-controllers has grown, so it’s really a fairly simple decision. “
The future of PlayStation on PC
Ryan is also straightforward when it comes to saying Days Gone “It’s not the only PlayStation game you can expect on a PC.”, Indicating that soon there will be a full list of it Other Sony games that will receive PC ports in the future. A fact that opens the door to jumping games like Bloodborne or God of War on that platform.
For the time being, in the absence of new official data, it will be speculation that a batch of PlayStation games will arrive on the PC. What is certain is that Days Gone, was originally published in 2019 and developed by Bend Studio, Will be available all spring, with no final release date. You can learn more about the game by taking a look at our analysis of this Open world survival adventure.
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