• Days Gone The First of Several PlayStation Games Coming to PC

    7 days ago - By Game Skinny

    More PlayStation games are coming to PC, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan said in an exclusive new interview with GQ Magazine. Days Gone leads the way with a PC port planned for spring 2021, though Sony still has plenty in store for its consoles.
    Ryan said:
    We find ourselves now in early 2021 with our development studios and the games that they make in better shape than they've ever been before. Particularly from the latter half of the PS4 cycle our studios made some wonderful, great games.
    There's an opportunity to expose those great games to a wider audience and recognize the...
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  • More PlayStation Games Are Coming To PC, Starting With Days Gone

    More PlayStation Games Are Coming To PC, Starting With Days Gone

    7 days ago - By Game Informer

    While Xbox has been bridging the gap between console and PC for years due to Microsoft's corporate umbrella, the PlayStation camp has largely stuck to its guns regarding its console-exclusive lineup. Like Sony's stance on backwards compatibility , it looks like it is changing its mind regarding a PC presence, something story-loving fans have already witnessed with the PC ports of Horizon Zero Dawn and Death Stranding. So what's next? Beginning with Days Gone, more PlayStation titles will be making the jump to PC, according to CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment Jim Ryan.
    In a recent...
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  • More PlayStation Games Headed to PC, Days Gone Launches This Spring for PC

    More PlayStation Games Headed to PC, Days Gone Launches This Spring for PC

    7 days ago - By VG Chartz

    Sony Interactive Entertainment president and CEO Jim Ryan in an interview with GQ announced more PlayStation games will be getting released on PC in the future. This will be starting with Days Gone this spring.
    "We find ourselves now in early 2021 with our development studios and the games that they make in better shape than they've ever been before," Ryan said.
    "Particularly from the latter half of the PS4 cycle our studios made some wonderful, great games. There's an opportunity to expose those great games to a wider audience and recognize the economics of game development, which are not...
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  • PlayStation CEO Says Releasing First Party Games on PC Was “a Fairly Straightforward Decision”

    PlayStation CEO Says Releasing First Party Games on PC Was “a Fairly Straightforward Decision”

    7 days ago - By Gaming Bolt

    Given how Sony has strictly kept its games on PlayStation platforms in the past, their decision to bring some of their back catalog to PC was a surprise- but a pleasant one, without a doubt. They kicked things off with Horizon Zero Dawn's PC port last year, and multiple other games are going to follow suit, with Days Gone also coming to PC this Spring.
    But what exactly led to the shift in Sony's strategies, leading to them deciding to release some of their prestigious first party titles on PC? Well, according to PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan, it was “a straightforward decision”, motivated by...
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  • Days Gone is Coming to PC This Spring, Followed by “a Whole Slate” of Other PlayStation Games

    Days Gone is Coming to PC This Spring, Followed by “a Whole Slate” of Other PlayStation Games

    7 days ago - By Gaming Bolt

    Sony's decision to begin releasing its first party PlayStation exclusives for PC came as a surprise for many people, especially in the context of how they've operated as a first party publisher in the past. Horizon Zero Dawn was the first game to make that jump, but though there were numerous reports claiming that it would be the first of many games to be doing that , no announcements for PC ports of other PlayStation games have been forthcoming.
    Well, it seems that's going to be changing soon. Speaking in an interview with GQ , PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan confirmed that SIE Bend Studio's...
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  • More PlayStation exclusives are coming to PC, starting with Days Gone this spring

    7 days ago - By VG 247

    Horizon Zero Dawn was just the start, as Sony has revealed that more PlayStation exclusives are on the way to PC. PlayStation boss Jim Ryan has revealed in a GQ interview that more of the console's first-party exclusives will make their way onto PC, starting with Days Gone sometime this spring. Sony's seemingly sudden decision to bring more of its games on PC was first announced last with Horizon Zero Dawn , which launched to a myriad of issues Guerrilla Games continues to work on fixing. Ryan explained to GQ that the decision to bring more PlayStation exclusives to PC was “fairly...
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  • PlayStation boss says 'a whole slate' of PlayStation games is coming to PC, starting with Days Gone

    PlayStation boss says 'a whole slate' of PlayStation games is coming to PC, starting with Days Gone

    7 days ago - By Destructoid

    I had to check my calendar this morning. Is it June already?!
    Sony is dropping news-bombs on us today, with the confirmation of a new PSVR device specifically for PS5 , and now, confirmation of a bunch of PlayStation games coming to PC. Speaking to GQ, Sony boss Jim Ryan states that "a whole slate" of PlayStation games is coming to PC. They're not wasting any time either, as Days Gone is coming this spring.
    Ryan did not elaborate beyond this, but a "whole slate" is a big thing to promise. God of War is an obvious candidate, but Demon's Souls is another obvious play, as folks even thought...
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  • More PlayStation games coming to PC, starting with Days Gone this spring

    7 days ago - By Gematsu

    More PlayStation games are coming to PC starting with Days Gone this spring, according to a GQ interview with Sony Interactive Entertainment president and CEO Jim Ryan. “We find ourselves now in early 2021 with our development studios and the games that they make in better shape than they've ever been before,” Ryan said. “Particularly...
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