Amazon France has also listed Gran Turismo Sport, The Last of Us 2 and Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection for PC [UPDATE]

Okay, this is either one of the biggest leaks we’ve ever seen or someone at Amazon France is trolling gamers. Alongside Days Gone and Persona 5 Royal for the PC, Amazon France has listed Gran Turismo Sport and Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection for the PC.

You can find the Amazon page for Gran Turismo Sport here. On the other hand, the page for Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection is here.

There is a possibility that these leaks are all of Sony’s E3 2020 PC announcements. I mean, so far we’ve only seen PC versions of PS4 games appearing on Amazon France. We’ve seen this happening in the past when Walmart Canada leaked a bunch of games. So yeah, this could be real.

We’ve also heard a rumor earlier this year about Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection coming to the PC. The source of that leak was not credible which is why we haven’t shared it with you.

It will be interesting to see Sony’s response regarding these leaks. It will also be interesting to see whether Amazon France will take down these product pages or not.

As we’ve said in our previous articles, take these PC listings with a grain of salt.

Stay tuned for more!

UPDATE:

There is also now a PC page for The Last of Us 2. Hell, there is even a page for Super Mario Odyssey for the PC. And you know that this won’t happen, ever. So yeah, these latest PC listings are most likely fake or placeholders. Again, it will be interesting to see how Sony reacts to this. It will also be interesting to see which of these games will be indeed coming to the PC.

UPDATE #2

Sony has issued a statement, claiming that these listings are not accurate.

“The listings are not accurate. We have made no announcements to bring these games to PC.”

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