The PlayStation Steam page secures hidden information on the next chapter of PlayStation Studios’ titles coming to PC.
It’s been a while since Sony has decided to launch a number of its big first-party, PlayStation-exclusive titles on PC. While Horizon Zero Dawn was a great start for this new direction, the launch of Days Gone in the next week will expand PlayStation Studios’ presence on PC. However, it apparently won’t end here.
Recently, Sony has created an official PlayStation Steam page under the name of PlayStation Studios, showcasing all the games available on PC that has been delivered by the first-party studio of Sony Interactive Entertainment. Interestingly, the page includes some hidden details about the upcoming titles to PC.
How Do We Know That More Games Will Come to PC from PlayStation Studios?
It’s pretty simple. Just head over to the PlayStation Studios page on Steam and click on the “About” tab. There, you will spot a section indicating that there are 41 games on Steam by PlayStation Studios. Now, if you head back to the home tab of the page, you will find only 28 titles available on the page, including 3 games and 21 expansions.
With a small calculation, you will soon find out that 13 titles remain invisible. Now, the page doesn’t count Days Gone yet. We do know that Days Gone doesn’t have a story-driven expansion, however, it might feature a number of cosmetic expansions, including the crossover with Death Stranding.
Even if Helldivers, Predator Hunting Grounds, and Days Gone receive new DLCs in the future, it’s still hard to believe they could fulfill all 13 gaps. So, this probably means there are a few or even more PlayStation Studios’ titles coming to PC, and since they are visible in the About tab, it means Sony has already registered them on Steam.
There are a lot of great candidates from PlayStation Studios to get a PC launch in the future: From Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima to Housemarque’s recently published Returnal.
What’s your guess on the next PlayStation-exclusive title that could hit Steam sooner than others? Let us know in the comments.
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