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Slowly but surely, Sony is bringing over its heaviest hitters from PlayStation 4 to PC. Death Stranding and Horizon Zero Dawn made the jump last year. Open-world zombie game/moody biker simulator Days Gone is on the way in just a few months.
It's an exciting time for PC gamers who might have found themselves jealously glancing over every now and again at Sony's growing pile of killer exclusives. I mean, PC users have Valheim, so I'm not really sure what more they could possibly want... but as a card-carrying PlayStation fanboy, I'm more than happy to spread the love around. The more people I can talk to about Bloodborne, the better.
Some PS4 classics like Bloodborne, Marvel's Spider-Man, and God Of War have yet to be announced for PC, but it's only a matter of time. Speaking to GQ, PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan said that Days Gone would be the first of several PS4 games to move to PC, a decision that was made a lot easier because of the positive reception to the Horizon Zero Dawn port.
Earlier this month, a well-known industry insider and leaker with a pretty solid track record took to Twitter to claim that four (or technically six) more PS4 games could hit PC in the coming months. CrazyLeaksOnATrain said that Bloodborne, God Of War, Ghost Of Tsushima, and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection - that's the first three PS3 Uncharted games in one collection - are flying the nest and will no longer be PlayStation exclusive.
that slate of Sony games for pc will be fun
ghost of Tsushima
god of war
- CrazyLeaksOnATrain (@CrazyLeaksTrain) March 4, 2021
Bloodborne PC rumours have circulated for a while, and we already know that God Of War director Cory Barlog would love to see his 2018 masterpiece on PC. It's worth noting that CrazyLeaksOnATrain has gotten it right several times in the past. They correctly predicted the PC port of Nioh 2, the entire Kingdom Hearts franchise coming to PC via the Epic Games Store, and the Ninja Gaiden trilogy remaster.
Conversely, I do have to point out that our leaky friend has also gotten their share of things wrong in the past. As reported by Push Square, CrazyLeaksOnATrain was adamant that the Mass Effect remasters would be announced in July at a Microsoft event. They weren't revealed until N7 day in November. Basically, take these leaks with a pinch of salt for now, as they could be more guesswork than any kind of inside info. We can definitely expect more PS4 PC ports, we just don't know which ones yet.
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go close my eyes and think about how amazing Bloodborne and Ghost Of Tsushima could be with mods.
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