Over the years, Sony has been releasing more and more of its games on PC, and this trend will only increase in the future.
What is known
By 2025, Sony plans to increase the share of PC versions of its games to 40%. At the same time, the Japanese developer will not abandon exclusive console games, but will systematically increase the audience of projects by releasing games on other platforms, including mobile devices.
This strategy is justified as the PC versions of the former PlayStation exclusives are in high demand and bring consistently high profits, as evidenced by the statistics of the last two ports.
Thus, the PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man (2018) sold 1.5 million units and brought $52 million to the company’s budget (as of March 31). The PC version of The Last of Us Part I sold 368,000 copies and earned $15.5 million (as of April 23).
We’ll probably hear about other Sony games coming to PC soon, like Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart or The Last of Us Part II.
Source: Sony strategic development plan