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Valve confirms that Sony is the one who delisted both Helldivers 2 and Ghost of Tsushima on PC/Steam

Earlier this month, Helldivers 2 was delisted in over 100 countries. Then, another PlayStation game, Ghost of Tsushima, was delisted in the exact same countries. And, according to Valve, this decision was made by Sony themselves.

As a Valve rep told a customer, the decision to delist Helldivers 2 in specific regions was made by the publisher. It was not something that Valve did. Not only that but Valve does not know when the game might be made available in those countries. This also applies to Ghost of Tsushima.

So there you have it, everyone. The one to blame for this whole thing is Sony. The reason I’m raising this is because a lot of people assumed that the decision to delist these two games was made by Valve. But nope. As it turns out, it was Sony’s decision.

Speaking of Helldivers 2, Arrowhead has just announced that the game has sold over 12 million units.

It will be interesting to see how PC gamers will react to the release of Ghost of Tsushima. Contrary to Helldivers 2, we already know that the game will only be playable in countries that support the PlayStation Network. So, will Steam users review bomb it? And what about Sony? Will Helldivers 2, and GoT, ever come out in the delisted countries?

Ghost of Tsushima will hit the PC in a couple of days. The game will support both DLSS 3 and FSR 3.0 at launch. Since I’ve already pre-ordered it, I’ll be sure to share my initial PC performance impressions the day the game launches. Then, we’ll have an article for DLSS 3 and FSR 3.0. Finally, most likely at the end of the week, we’ll have our traditional PC Performance Analysis.

Stay tuned for more!