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Over half of the games announced for PS5 are also coming to PC

The PS5’s recent reveal event featured over two dozen titles coming to the upcoming console after it releases later this year. That being said, while a number of games revealed were PlayStation 5 exclusives, over half of the games shown off have been announced to also be coming to PC – though not all of them will arrive on Steam.

The list of titles shown off yesterday that have been confirmed for PC as well as PS5 is as follows:

As previously mentioned, not all of these games will be coming to Steam. Bugsnax, Solar Ash, Godfall, JETT: The Far Shore, Kena: Bridge of Spirits and Oddworld: Soulstorm will all be coming (seemingly) exclusively to the Epic Games Store. All the other titles however have been confirmed for Steam – except for Hitman III and Project Athia which have yet to specify which PC stores they’ll be coming to.

Yesterday’s PlayStation 5 event did undoubtedly contain a number of exciting exclusives, but it’s nice to know that many of the most intriguing games shown off will be made available to a much wider audience, thanks to its confirmed releases for PC.

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