While there are dozens of PS4 exclusives that still remain exclusives on PS5, PS4 and PS3, Sony has begun porting a handful of games to PC. Last year we got Horizon Zero Dawn. In addition, Days Gone released last week. Sure, Sony is not releasing these games every month but the company announced a while back that they were dedicated to the PC platform. It seems the Uncharted series is the next PS4 exclusive to make its way to PC as according to an investor report, Sony let the cat out of the bag before the official Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End PC announcement.
During a presentation ahead of Sony’s Investor Relations Day, a slide was revealed by the company that lists Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End for PC. What makes this even more believable is the fact that the game is listed right under Days Gone. A once-PS4 exclusive that released on PC last week. There’s also mention of Horizon Zero Dawn on PC. The open-world RPG Sony released last year on the platform.
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If this slide came from anywhere else it would have been a questionable leak but this presentation was hosted by Sony itself. It is highly unlikely that the company would mention Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End on PC just for the sake of things.
Sony continues to detail its GAAS approach in the slide too saying that its recent release of MLB: The Show 21 is part of the many games where users spend their in-game purchases on the PlayStation Store. In addition, Sony mentions mobile development saying that the company is working on PlayStation Studios games just for mobile devices.
This is all followed up by a mention of their development approach going forward in which they claim that service-led first-party experiences will release both off and on the PlayStation console.
Users should keep an eye out for an Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End PC announcement soon. If this slide is correct, which is most likely the case, Sony is ramping up to announce the game soon.