Sony has confirmed that it plans to carry extra of its video games to PC sooner or later, notably as a result of its video games are doing fairly effectively on computer systems.
Since 2020 Sony has been steadily including a few of its greatest titles to PC, lastly catching up with the instances in making its video games extra accessible to a broader vary of gamers. That each one began with Horizon Zero Daybreak, with video games like God of Warfare, Marvel’s Spider-Man, and The Final of Us Half 1 coming to PC additional down the road. As a part of Sony’s current FY2022 monetary report, Sony additionally confirmed that it plans to proceed releasing its video games on PC, which is not stunning within the slightest as a result of it is making loads of cash by means of the method (thanks, PCGamer).
Within the report, Sony notes that it plans to launch Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 this 12 months, a title at present with out a launch date, and it additionally wrote of its plans to proceed making new IP, in addition to “rolling out catalogue titles for PC.” The road does make it sound prefer it nonetheless will not have its video games launch concurrently on console and PC, nevertheless it’s one thing I suppose.
Monetary outcomes from 2021 concerning PC gross sales did not come throughout so scorching, by no means reaching increased than $380 million throughout every monetary quarter (this does embody issues like VR in addition to different peripherals, it must be famous). However issues appear to be doing a bit higher in 2022, with the third quarter hitting $601 million, and the fourth passing $1 billion – although the PSVR2 did launch this 12 months, probably contributing to a few of that, even when gross sales figures aren’t what Sony might need hoped for.
Who is aware of what Sony has up its sleeves for future PlayStation releases on PC, however if you happen to’ve learn the top you clearly know what I, and plenty of others, need: Bloodborne. Possibly as slightly deal with? I will be ready, Sony.