IT SEEMS THAT DAYS GONE WILL NOT BE THE END OF SEEING SONY EXCLUSIVES ON PC, AND SERIES LIKE GOD OF WAR OR UNCHARTED WILL FOLLOW THE SAME PATH
After Horizon: Zero Dawn arrived on PC, and that Days Gone will soon join in a few months, there are those who wonder if this will happen with other Sony franchises, such as God of War or Uncharted.
At the moment there is nothing official, but it seems clear that the company wants to follow this path. Now, an insider claimed that this trend will continue, revealing a list of games that will be coming to this platform in the not too distant future.
THE SAME COULD HAPPEN WITH GOD OF WAR AND UNCHARTED
In this case, it was someone nicknamed CrazyLeaksOnaTrain. On his Twitter account of him, he shared the message ‘that list of Sony games for PC will be fun. Bloodborne. Uncharted Collection. Ghost of Tsushima, God of War ‘.
To the above, he added, “the announcements will run after Days Gone is released (should run in April or early May).” He went on to say “then it will be a release every two to three months.” But it didn’t end there.
He finished off by saying “I’m not sure which one is next, but that’s the list of the next games to come.” Again, after the most recent attitudes displayed by Sony, this leak sounds credible.
Titles like Bloodborne, Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, Ghost of Tsushima, and God of War have already sold everything they had to sell, or at least most of it, on the PS4. The company probably wants something extra.
REMEMBER, FOR NOW EVERYTHING IS SPECULATION MATTER
So it doesn’t sound like bad policy to relaunch them on PC. Some already have several years of being exclusive to the previous Sony console. Now how credible is this information?
There are those who say that CrazyLeaksOnaTrain foresaw the release of Kingdom Hearts on PC on the Epic Games Store. Same, from Nioh 2 for computers. However, there are also accusations against him. This is due to the amount of data it offers.
There are those who point out that he tells so many rumors that some of them will necessarily end as true. It is the classic tactic of “see if it’s gum and hit.”
So we recommend that you take everything it says with due caution.
There is also the possibility that companies change their publication plans internally, so that what is disclosed by this or another informant is questioned. It doesn’t hurt to be somewhat skeptical.