Information in the official PlayStation Steam Page has revealed that Sony might be porting more PlayStation-exclusive titles to PC.
According to an article from DualShockers, this seems to be the next move for the company, as they undergo a paradigm shift on the exclusivity of their own first-party games. That change began with Horizon Zero Dawn and has most recently manifested through next week’s launch of Days Gone on PC.
As of late, Sony has created its own official PlayStation Studios account on Steam, showcasing all the PC games produced by one of its own first-party studios.
In the advent of Days Gone being available on PC, the “About” section of this page reveals a total of 41 games and expansions available on Valve’s platform by PlayStation Studios.
Given the number of games that have already been made public, we can assess that there are 13 hidden titles. Even though of these slots could be fulfilled with the release of DLC on other prominent titles such as Days Gone and Helldivers, they will hardly reach the two digits.
With this in mind, there is a high probability that Sony could announce more games coming to PC in the near future, as these titles have already been registered on Steam.
This means that critically acclaimed games such as Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima or even the recently released Returnal, developed by Housemarque, could soon be ported to PC. However, given the recent announcement that PlayStation Studios has more than 25 games in development, it is extremely likely that some of these might find their way to Steam.