Sony changes how PlayStation games appear on Steam
By Bob Garcia
PlayStation games are no longer referred to as PlayStation Mobile games
It seems that the famous Steam platform has undergone minor modifications with respect to Sony’s PlayStation games. According to the latest update, these titles are now classified as PlayStation PC LLC instead of PlayStation Mobile.
According to what was noted at the time by forum posters on Resetera, April was the month when the PlayStation PC company was shaped. Sony has always been characteristically aggressive in its acquisitions, and now it may well be looking to put its PlayStation PC brand to greater use. This new label shown on Steam recently looked like the publisher of Days Gone, which is a clear indication that Sony is looking to have more titles for PC-based users.
The releases of Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone in August and February of this year, respectively, have been a step forward for Sony gaining a big share of the PC market. Moreover, it seems that the efforts are not going to stop there, as the company announced that it will bring two of its most famous and long-standing franchises to the PC space; God of War on January 14, and Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection on an unspecified date next year.
Via a post on the official PlayStation blog, Hermen Hulst, director of Sony’s PlayStation Studios, revealed earlier this year Sony was taking the first steps regarding PC-related plans. He added, “I want to emphasize that PlayStation will remain the best place to play our PlayStation Studios titles at launch.”
The efforts were further reinforced when Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan made it clear during an interview that the company understands that there is a huge opportunity to expose great games to a wider audience. There is no doubt that Sony has a clear chance to remain a huge competitor, especially since the video game market has never stopped growing.