More hints pointing to Sony expanding to PC.
Earlier today we got hints from the one and only Jason Schreier that Horizon: Zero Dawn will be coming to PC. It will mark the third major first party title Sony will allow on PC (with the other two being Death Stranding and Predator: Hunting Ground). It seems that won’t be all, either, as more could be coming.
In response to a question Mr. Schreier was asked about why Horizon was the only first party title coming he said that he didn’t think it was the only one. Todd Phillips of Eurogamer chimed in, too, saying that he thought more Sony games would follow in Horizon‘s footstep, name dropping Dreams in a very unsubtle way (which makes sense, considering the developer already said they want to expand Dreams beyond PlayStation).
It’s all speculation now, of course, until something official is announced, but both sources are generally reliable, and it seems that Sony is leaning more into PC slowly but surely. We’ll keep you posted when something drops.
I don’t think it’ll be the only one!
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) January 16, 2020
Horizon will be followed by others down the road – you don’t need to Dream too hard to guess. But Xbox is already well-established launching games on PC at the same time, and eager to explore Switch…
— Tom Phillips (@tomphillipsEG) January 16, 2020