Sony In recent months it has announced that it wants to open up more to other non-PlayStation platforms, and it looks like the company wants to maintain faith in its strategy: After Horizon Zero Dawn arrives for guerrilla gamesAnother important party exclusive from Sony is preparing to land on PC.
In a recent interview published by GQ XF, Sony has officially confirmed Days Gone, The open world developed by Bend Studio and released exclusively on PS4 in 2019, It will be released as a PC version this spring. At the moment, no more specifics have been shared, but that will be enough to cause a certain buzz among the gamer community, with more and more PC gamers finally being able to try out some of the products that defined the success of the PlayStation 4.
Days Gone’s arrival appears to be nothing more than The start of an expansion campaign the Japanese giant intends to carry out towards PC users:
What about PlayStation games on PC? We prepare a complete listAnd we’ll start with Days Gone this spring. “, Were actually the statements of the Japanese company.
In conclusion, It seems that The Horizon Experience: Zero Dawn is finally paying offHe convinced Sony to follow the path taken with the Guerrilla open world, and he kept up Death by strand (Although in this case we cannot speak of an exclusive first party).
Sony officially announced today that it is working on PlayStation VR 2 It’s entirely dedicated to gaming on the PS5, meanwhile Gran Turismo 7 has been transferred from Polyphony Digital.