Sony’s been very accommodating with PC releases of late, licensing out so-called “second party” titles like Heavy Rain and Flower to different publishers in order to get them on non-PlayStation storefronts. Journey is the latest legendary PlayStation exclusive to, well, effectively lose its exclusivity – with a 6th June release date attached to the Epic Games Store version of the emotional adventure.
With the ongoing Epic Discount promotion, you can nab the game for as little as £4.99/$4.99, but it will revert to its usual price of £14.99/$14.99 once the sale is over. This version includes 4K resolution, so should look extra sharp. Will you be replaying this classic on your computer? March to the top of the mountain in the comments section below.
I personally don't think this was Sony's idea. I think that epic games contacted Quantic Dream and Thatgamecompany to get these games ported to PC since these companies are not Sony first party studios, and sony being the developer friendly publisher that they are just gave them freedom over their I.P
@SlimDrizzyLamar As long as it's not to Microsoft or Nintendo, Sony probably doesn't care where it's sold.
The best game on PS4, some might say
It's great for those of us with PCs, not sure why anybody would say that exclusivity's ever really that consumer-friendly. I'll be looking forward to playing this in 4K, it's a great experience.
If it enables more people to experience Journey, I’m all for it.
One of only a handful of games that moved me to tears. I envy PC players who will experience this for the first time.
@nessisonett You can turn that around if the company never payed for the development it would have never seen the day of light.
Even if I was a fan, I wouldn't touch an EGS "exclusive" with a 100 foot pole.
I’m glad more people will get the chance to enjoy this masterpiece, this experience.
I really am.
@nessisonett I think exclusively can be good cause Sony has been able to find some magnificent games which I don't think would have been as good if they weren't. But I do understand what you mean, sometimes it isn't worth/after a while it should lose that exclusivity
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