PlayStation has always held the exclusivity of its first-party studios as the crown jewel of the brand. Having endless games and experiences that have shaped how we remember their previous consoles. However, in a world of streaming, and subscriber-based memberships driving profits. Reaching as many consumers as possible can be beneficial to the bottom line for a game. It appears Sony may be dipping their toe into the market with some of their best titles.
In a report from Jason Schreier of Kotaku, Guerilla Games smash hit Horizon Zero Dawn may be coming to PC in the upcoming months. As per Schreier, he states this would be Guerilla Games’ first game outside of the PlayStation platform since 2005. A change in PlayStation’s way of handling their first-party games is apparently in motion. With many PlayStation associated titles becoming available on PC. Horizon Zero Dawn would by far be the biggest game to go cross-platform so far. Only time will tell in how effective this new strategy will play out for PlayStation. But for now, it sounds like another platform will get to experience a great game.
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