Just a few hours ago, video game industry alarms were going off due to a website. Amazon France began listing several exclusive PS4 releases with PC versions. Thus, cases began to be seen as a possible version of Days Gone for computers , as well as one of Bloodborne and many other renowned games on the Sony console. Something that was only the result of a mistake on the web, since Sony has confirmed that there is nothing of the kind among its current plans.
The company, which has already taken interesting steps with some of its games in this regard, see the case of Horizon: Zero Dawn for PC or even that of Death Stranding, although this is not from Sony as such, has wanted to make things clear so there is no confusion. In a statement offered to IGN , he explains that “the listings are not accurate. We have not made any announcements about PC versions of these games . ” Thus, they deny at a stroke something that was gathering unusual force.
Certainly, it would not be the first time that the online store anticipates the launch of an unexpected version . However, it seems that everything that happened yesterday was not exactly a leak. Records such as that of a PC version of Ring Fit Adventure or Persona 5 Royal, something that SEGA quickly denied, reveal that it was all a misunderstanding or, failing that, a malicious movement by third parties.
Will we see any of those alleged PC versions of PS4 exclusives come true? At the moment they are not expected, although there may be a little truth in all this. Currently, the best position is not to believe anything that happened and to observe any possible move by Sony in the coming months. Surprises are always on the lookout.
What other PlayStation 4 exclusives can come to PC?
Despite the fact that Sony has spoken that everything has been a mistake and has wanted to deny it, some of the games shown yesterday do have ballots to get to computers . The case of The Last of Us Part II is one of the most striking, since Naughty Dog herself anticipated her possible arrival on PC in a job offer . Likewise, FFVII Remake is another possible candidate, given that its exclusivity ends in April 2021.
The latter is the most famous case recently, given that Square Enix recently published a video in which a PC version was probed . There may be more Sony games heading for computers , but for now, their official words are what they are. We will have to wait to see more movement in this regard.