Good news for those hoping for more Sony exclusivity ports on PC: the manufacturer says it wants to meet their expectations. In any case, that is what he writes in black and white.
The info comes from a recent publisher’s financial report which contains some elements on its projects and ambitions. After porting Death Stranding and then Horizon: Zero Dawn to PC, two of its PlayStation exclusives, the giant would feel ready to continue its momentum and bring first-party games to the computer. The strategy is first of all to boost the growth of its revenues, as we can read here: “ Sony Interactive Entertainment aims to achieve robust revenue growth by accelerating the virtuous cycle that has been established for the PlayStation. It involves increasing active users and gaming time, improving network services, and strengthening its IPs so that consumers choose PlayStation as their platform of choice. “
And to expand its user base, Sony is therefore thinking about porting its flagship licenses: “We will consider extending our first-party titles to the PC platform, in order to promote the growth of our profitability “. At the same time, we also know that he wants to continue investing in creative companies that could join his Worldwide Studios. Last year, he spent less than $ 220 million for the acquisition of Insomniac Games, which you surely know for Ratchet & Clank or more recently Marvel’s Spider-Man. And it is also these two licenses that will be entitled to new parts on next-gen with Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales and Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart, which was recently revealed in a long gameplay video.. So, what next excluded will join our PCs? The Last of Us? God of War? Speculation can begin. By the way, for the record, Sony has launched the preco of the PS5, but not for everyone.