Sony has shown interest in bringing some of its exclusive titles to the PC market, and it did so last year with Horizon Zero Dawn. Apparently, Deacon St. John's post-apocalyptic adventure is next on the docket.
What's perhaps more interesting is how it's confirmed. The language used suggests Days Gone will be far from the last PlayStation-exclusive game to be ported to PC: "What about PlayStation games on PC? A whole slate of them is on the way starting with Days Gone this spring," reads GQ's piece. A "whole slate" of PlayStation games, you say?
The interview elaborates on Sony's stance with regards to this. Jim Ryan explains that the decision to release PlayStation titles on PC is "fairly straightforward", because it's easier than ever to bring the games to a new audience, and the quality of the company's IP has grown over the last few years.
Ryan goes on to talk about the reaction to Horizon's PC release. "Firstly, in terms of the straightforward success of the activity of publishing the game on PC, people liked it and they bought it," he says. He also states that there was "no massive adverse reaction to it" from the community, which is probably true in broader strokes.
Anyway, that's that. PlayStation games will continue to come to PC. What do you think? Discuss (nicely) in the comments section below.