PlayStation has been increasing its PC presence over the last couple of years, slowly but surely. With the reveal of Horizon: Zero Dawn and its phenomenal performance on the platform, the console company has since released numerous PlayStation-only titles.
Games like God of War, Days Gone, and Spider-Man graced the platform, equally performing well. With Legacy of Thieves Collection and Sackboy preparing for their PC debut, the company has more plans to ramp up the releases.
In an interview with Reuters, PlayStation Studios head Herman Hulst spoke about their intention to invest in PC and mobile gaming.
“Further investments in areas that will strengthen the expansion on to PC, on to mobile and into live services, that’s a possibility for us,” Hulst said.
The head did not further clarify its plans for PC and mobile expansion. It is clear, however, that the company wants to change their approach to these platforms.
In April, many spotted a job advert that revealed PlayStation opening up a new business unit. This unit will help them to adapt PlayStation Studios franchises for mobile. Jim Ryan, later on, said that they wanted to bring some of their iconic series on the mobile.
Hopefully, PlayStation increases the pace at which they publish their titles on PC space. The current release model works for everyone, but a faster rollout is much more welcoming.
In other PlayStation-related news, it seems Returnal will release on PC. Recently, a leak showcased what seemed to be the graphics settings of a Returnal PC port.