By 2025, PlayStation predicts that over half of game launches will be PC and mobile

By 2025, PlayStation predicts that over half of game launches will be PC and mobile

In a recent investor meeting, PC and mobile games will make up nearly half of PlayStation''s total game releases by 2025.

Besides, the organization is planning to spend $300 million on PC games alone this fiscal year (qui closes March 2023).

These are just a few things Sony has put out there.

With the addition of Horizon: Zero Dawn and Days Gone to the additional platform, the company has already released several of their console exclusives on PC, with God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Days Gone all making the jump. Sony has already sold several of their consoles, including Horizon: Zero Dawn, a $2.4 million subscription, and Days Gone, a $971 million subscription.

These titles cost Sony $80 million in FY21. Despite this, the number of titles cost Sony only $35, making Sony''s hopes for $300 million even more high.

Due to a limited number of games available on PC, these figures were probably less early, thus the scale of development is only to be anticipated as Sony''s catalogue increases. But given the huge increase in sales expectations, Sony must be aiming to pull something big out of the bag.

The Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves collection will feature Nathan Drake''s last appearance in A Thief''s End alongside Chloe Frazer''s first major role. While no exact date has been established for its release at this time, we do know it will be released this year.

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