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News video games 16 May 2021, 16:02

author: Hubert Sledziewski

Rumor: PlayStation Studios' Steam Page Reveals Info on PC Ports

A page of Play Station Studios has appeared on Steam, reporting the presence of 41 Sony products on Valve's platform. However, only 25 are currently available (4 games and 21 DLCs). Some of the missing items may be as yet unannounced ports of exclusive titles.

Sony launched a curator page of Play Station Studios on Steam. It enables us, among others, to review all the games released by PlayStation Mobile in one place, the company being responsible for the publication of the PC ports of the original games by the Japanese company. For now, it features only 4 titles - Horizon: Zero Dawn - Complete Edition, Predator: Hunting Grounds, Helldivers and Days Gone, the latter coming out on May 18 - and 21 DLCs for them. However, if you go to the 'About' tab, the page lists a total of 41 games, which probably means that some of the titles are hidden.

The missing 16 titles could, of course, be smaller and larger expansions for games not yet released on Steam, but it's hard to resist the impression that Sony is planning a number of PC ports. This would confirm the reports we wrote about in March, which claimed that games such as God of War, Bloodborne, Ghost of Tsushima and the Uncharted series (parts 1-4) were coming to PC. The new information will allegedly appear after the release of Days Gone. So it is possible that we will learn something more next week.

Curator pages are used by game publishers on Steam to group titles in order to attract the attention of the players and be able to offer them packages consisting of several products at a reduced price. Sony may not have a very impressive catalog on PC at the moment, but that may soon change. Maybe, but not necessarily. There's also a scenario in which what I'm writing about here turns out to be a simple mistake. Nevertheless, it's to be hoped that this won't be the case and that the entry was made with a plan, as the number of 41 games was visible on Steam for some time and Sony hasn't changed it so far.

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