Sony has been making main strikes into the PC area not too long ago, and till now, they’ve largely averted among the cumbersome necessities another massive publishers have positioned on the expertise. PlayStation video games are merely launched on Steam and the Epic Games Store, with no further accounts or sign-ups required. Well, it appears that could be altering.

There have been hints Sony could require a PlayStation Network account to play their video games on PC sooner or later, and which will simply be the start. Dataminers digging across the recently-released PC model of Spider-Man have found references to a “PlayStation PC Launcher.” The dependable of us at Video Games Chronicle have confirmed these references are within the game.

So, if the PlayStation PC Launcher finally ends up being the true deal, what may this imply for Sony’s PC video games going ahead? Probably the more than likely situation is that Sony would do what Microsoft does, providing their video games by way of their very own retailer and launcher, but in addition placing most of them on Steam and Epic as nicely. Then once more, Sony is used to proudly owning the platform they launch their video games on – possibly they’re getting bored with having to give up a minimize to Valve and Epic. We shall see.

Sony has not introduced any new PC launch dates because the launch of Spider-Man, however each Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection and The Last of Us Part I are confirmed to be coming. Need to know extra in regards to the Spider-Man port? Check out Wccftech’s overview right here…

“Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered PC can easily be described as Sony’s best port to date. That’s no coincidence, as it is also the first project handled by renowned Utrecht-based support studio Nixxes Software, purchased by Sony off Square Enix a little over a year ago. […] With this latest port, Sony has shown how serious it is with the PC gaming business. For example, the company has now released three games that support NVIDIA DLSS and AMD FSR.”

What do you suppose? Would you be prepared to download a PlayStation PC Launcher to play Sony’s newest video games or is it Steam or nothing for you?

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