You may have noticed that Sony is starting to release some of its older titles on the PC front, including Horizon: Zero Dawn, to great effect. It’s all part of the company’s strategy to reach out to a bigger audience outside of its PlayStation circles, while also giving PS5 owners the best new titles that it can get its hands on. And it looks like this status quo will continue to move forward.
In a recent interview with PushSquare, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan recently spoke about the PlayStation-to-PC market, and explained how the company acquired Nixxes Studio in the hopes of bolstering its line-up for the platform.
He noted that the company was “happy with our efforts to provide our IP to PCs, although it is still in its infancy, and we look forward to working with Nixxes to help with that.”
Nixxes has an impressive track record of PC ports, including various Tomb Raider games (like Shadow of the Tomb Raider) and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, amongst other titles.
So, what’s next on the Sony agenda? Well, Days Gone recently made the journey to the platform. And there are whispers that Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End could be next. There have also been whispers that Ghost of Tsushima could eventually come to the platform, possibly after the Director’s Cut of the game arrives next month.
Sony has yet to announce its future plans, though rumors of an event coming next month could help clear these up a bit. We’ll see what’s in store in the weeks ahead, but it looks like an exciting time for console and PC owners alike.
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