While Sony may have taken longer than Microsoft to adopt the PC market, it seems the PS5 console manufacturer is opening the floodgates and allowing all of its long-protected IPs to come to the PC platform. Following the announcement of God of War for PC, at least two more PlayStation-PC games have been leaked.
Though these should both be taken with a grain of salt, new rumours are suggesting that the next set of PlayStation games finding their way onto the PC platform are Sucker Punch’s Ghost of Tsushima and Bluepoint Games’ Shadow of the Colossus.
Starting with Shadow of the Colossus, this rumour comes from a self-proclaimed “collaborator in a specific news gaming website”. According to them, Bluepoint Games’ excellent remake of Japan Studio and Team Ico’s Shadow of the Colossus is set to come to PC sometime during Q1 2022.
The second game suggested to be making its way is 2020’s highly popular Ghost of Tsushima. While in some ways both less substantiated and more substantiated than the Shadow of the Colossus rumour, the idea that Ghost of Tsushima is coming to PC hails from an observation by EarlyGame, who discovered that the ‘Only on PlayStation’ logo was recently removed from the game’s box art – a similar tactic which was used for Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone.
Adding further fuel to this fire, the GeForce Now leak, which included many PlayStation games, claimed that Ghost of Tsushima was coming to PC. After the confirmation that God of War is on its way, it seems as though this GeForce Now leak had a lot more truth to it than initially assumed.
Of course, both of these ‘leaks’ should be taken with a pinch of salt. Still, with a PlayStation State of Play happening tomorrow, it is entirely possible that we may get an announcement then. We recently discussed Sony's opening of its IP floodgates, the full column of which can be found HERE.
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KitGuru says: What do you think of these two games? Which would you prefer to see come to PC? Is it too soon for Ghost of Tsushima to be coming to PC? Let us know down below.