First, it was Horizon Zero Dawn, now it's Days Gone this spring. Then, a "whole slate" of PlayStation 4 exclusives will be ported to PC. As part of the GQ Magazine interview which confirmed the news that Deacon St. John would find a new home on the personal computer, PlayStation boss Jim Ryan said that the platform's fanbase had no "massive adverse reaction" to the PC port of Guerrilla Games' newest IP — he quite clearly hasn't been reading some of your posts in the Push Square comments section then. We joke, but how do you honestly feel about what appears to be a large number of former PS4 exclusives now making their way to PC?
Do you agree with Jim Ryan's assessment that this opportunity can "expose those great games to a wider audience and recognise the economics of game development"? Or do you believe that Sony should be keeping its first-party titles to itself so that the PS5 and PS4 remain must-have purchases? Ryan said this was a "fairly straightforward decision" to make. Now you need to make your own verdict in our poll and expand on your thoughts in the comments below.