Ever wanted to play an exclusive PlayStation game but don’t own a PS4 or PS5? Well, there’s good news for you as a whole slate of PlayStation games are heading to the PC. This news comes after a GQ interview with SIEA (Sony Interactive Entertainment America) CEO, Jim Ryan where he revealed that some PlayStation exclusives are coming to the PC. These include the zombie/open world game Days Gone (review). We have already got Horizon Zero Dawn and Death Stranding (review) on the PC, but it looks like Sony is finally embracing other gaming platforms. The developers of Days Gone, Bend Studios also posted a tweet reacting to the announcement.
Surprise. #DaysGone comes to PC this spring. Stay tuned for more details. pic.twitter.com/vcSYSKgOtn
— Bend Studio #DaysGone (@BendStudio) February 23, 2021
PlayStation exclusive Days Gone will finally come to PC
There were already rumours floating around that a few PlayStation exclusives were making their way to the PC. On a more personal level, we really hope that Bloodborne comes to the PC in glorious 60 fps. The game is currently available on the PS4 and can be played on the PS5 via backwards compatibility. It has not received any next-gen upgrades and still plays at 30fps. We’re hoping that it comes to the PC, so we can finally explore Yharnam in sweet, sweet 4K 60 fps. Also, can you imagine God of War 2018 on a PC? Be still our beating hearts. Other games that could make their way to the PC include the Persona series, the older God of War games and much more. We will only find out more in the coming months.
All these games are actually playable on the PS5 as well, via backwards compatibility. Most of these PS4 games will also come with a next-gen upgrade, giving players access to higher frame rates and resolutions. If you did not manage to get a PS5 when it launched in India, here is when the PS5 could be restocked in India. You can also check out our review of the console in the video below.