Sony's aggressive foray into the PC gaming space continues. Just a little over a year after it launched the official PlayStation Studios Steam page, Sony officially updated the PlayStation website to include a section dedicated to PC games.
As detailed on the website, it acts as a hub for all the currently available as well as incoming PlayStation games on the PC.
Here's a complete list of all the games found on the PC Games section of the website:
- God of War
- Horizon Zero Dawn
- Days Gone
- Predator: Hunting Grounds
- Marvel's Spider-Man: Remastered
- Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales
- Uncharted: The Legacy of Thieves Collection
We're sure we'll hear someone sleuth their way to see if Sony is holding out on us. We have enough evidence supporting incoming PC ports of Returnal and Sackboy: A Big Adventure. In addition, The Last of Us Part 1 is getting a PC port, which should come out before the current fiscal year ends.
We'd also like to point out the interesting wording in the FAQ section. Specifically, Sony is using the word "currently" in its answers concerning whether it will require a PSN account for certain PC ports. If it's any consolation, the same wording appears on whether save transfers are possible between PC and console. Hopefully, we'll get the latter first before the former.
Ultimately, the launch of the dedicated PC Games section on the PlayStation website was a long time coming. After dipping its toes in the PC ports waters last year, Sony is diving in. It even expects to make $300 million from PC ports of PlayStation exclusives before March 31. If that isn't telling of Sony's commitment to its PC port expansion, we don't know what is.
In other Sony news, Microsoft is claiming that its rival is intentionally blocking games from coming to the Game Pass. Sony also revealed a host of new games coming to PS Plus Extra and Premium on August 16.