PlayStation agreed to bring games to PC, but not to Xbox

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PlayStation agreed to bring games to PC, but not to Xbox

According to a source with reference to the publication GameInformer, who was given an exclusive interview by the head of PlayStation Herman Hulst, the company will transfer some of its games to a PC, with full quality, but Sony is selective about ports. Because the main audience is console users.

Hulst emphasized that console games always come out first. This is because Sony is evolving its console culture and showcasing games with the highest resource-intensiveness in order to stay afloat and set new industry standards. And the PC is an additional channel for the development of the popularity of the PlayStation brand.

However, he stressed that their games will not be released on the consoles of competitors. An exception was the release of the baseball simulator MLB The Show 21, which appeared on Xbox consoles and in the Xbox Game Pass service. According to Hulst, Sony exclusives are an important advantage in the console field, and the company has no plans to abandon it. Therefore, games that are important for the development of PlayStation will not appear on the Xbox.

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