Horizon: Zero Dawn, the open world PlayStation 4 exclusive from Sony first-party studio Guerrilla Games, could be coming to PC at some point this year. This is according to a new report from Kotaku, which cites "three people familiar with Sony’s plans".
Sony has placed exclusive games on PC before, of course. The likes of Detroit: Become Human is out now on PC having been a PS4 exclusive previously, and Death Stranding is launching on PC later this year. However, neither of these games were created by one of Sony's first-party studios. As such, it was thought that the Japanese giant would avoid putting heavy hitters like Uncharted, God of War, or, indeed, Horizon, on other platforms.
But if this report is to believed -- and let's face it, Kotaku is rarely wrong -- then it would seem nothing is set in stone. If Horizon does end up on PC, then does that mean every PlayStation exclusive will follow along eventually? It's impossible to say right now, but it's certainly not out of the question. One thing's for sure, though: times are changing.
Why Horizon: Zero Dawn, though? Well, it might be a sensible move from a business perspective. We doubt that Horizon is moving systems this late in the PS4's life, so it's likely that Sony will profit from just slapping it on PC.
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