It’s been a busy day for Sony so far. Not only has the company confirmed that it is building the next-generation PlayStation VR for the PS5, it has also announced a delay in the much-anticipated release. Gran Turismo 7. The ads don’t stop there, as PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan has confirmed that more PlayStation exclusives will head to PC in the future.
The next batch of PlayStation exclusives will be routed to PC Days passedRyan V said Interview with GQ. He did not clarify what other games would appear on PC next Days passedWhich is heading to PC this spring. release Days passed The PC version of Horizon Zero Dawn, Which was launched in August. In his GQ interview, Ryan explains that the decision to bring games to PC was partly motivated by the fact that the cost of development has been rising.
“We find ourselves now in early 2021 with the development studios and games making them look better than ever,” said Ryan. “Since the last half of the PS4 tournament in particular, our studios have made some great and awesome games. There is an opportunity to showcase these great games to a wider audience and learn about the economics of game development, which is not always straightforward. The cost of making games increases with each cycle, as the IP standard improves. Also, it became easier to make it available to other console owners. So it’s a fairly straightforward decision for us. ”
He also added that PlayStation users did not have a “massive negative reaction to it,” which makes the decision to bring PlayStation games to the computer easier. We don’t know what kind of schedule we’re looking for for the next games Days passedHowever, it makes sense that Sony should choose to bring more games from the PlayStation 4 era to the PC as we dig deeper into the PlayStation 5 generation.
All in all, we have to see what Sony decides over time. For now, we’ll keep our eyes peeled for more information on the PC version Days passedWe’ll let you know when we hear more.