Sony claims that 40% of its first-party future releases will be on the PC

Sony appears to be heavily interested in expanding its first-party portfolio on PC. According to its Game & Network Services Segment, by 2025, 40% of Sony’s first-party releases will be on PC.

To put this into perspective, 50% of Sony’s future PlayStation Studios releases will be on PS5 and 40% will be on PC. This basically means that there will be some first-party games that will release exclusively on PS5.


This is an interesting strategy and falls in line with what Jim Ryan previously said. While future first-party games will come first on PS5, Sony will be porting most – if not all – of them on PC.

Let’s also not forget that there are already a number of older PS5 games that are rumored to be coming to PC. For instance, there are reports that Nixxes may be working on a PC version of Ratchet & Clank. NVIDIA’s leaked list also suggests that Horizon Forbidden West and Gran Turismo are coming to PC.

Let’s just hope that Sony’s first-party studios will put more effort into their PC ports. Or perhaps they could learn a few tricks from Nixxes. Either way, things are looking great for all PC gamers that are fans of Sony’s games

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