According to some reports, as in the case of Days Gone and Horizon Zero Dawn, the next game we’ll be able to play on PC will be Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.

SONY plans to release Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End on PC

In a presentation published during the meeting with investors, the Japanese giant revealed that Uncharted 4 is coming to PC. The game was mentioned on the slide titled “More PC Releases Planned” alongside Days Gone, which was released on PC last week. At the time of writing, there is no official information from Sony about this outlet, but we may learn more about it in State of Play today, with a focus on Horizon Forbidden West.

The Japanese giant also wants to develop PS Now

Elsewhere in the show, Sony outlined plans to increase its user base from 160 million to a whopping billion, including investing in PlayStation Now as a major way to attract new users to the platform.

Sony intends to continue investing in or collaborating with external studios, as well as investing in its own studios to improve their offerings., We read in the presentation, which may indicate that the company is gearing up to compete with Microsoft and its well-rated Xbox Game Pass service.

SONY appears keen to expand into other areas and share games as widely as possible; The PC expansion, along with its focus on developing PS Now, indicates that – despite the impressive PS5 sales – the company plans to focus on more than just consoles.

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Source: VG 247