After the good numbers harvested by Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone, the possibilities that open up to Sony the market PC seem to be pushing the company to offer even more titles on the platform. The next to jump, according to an internal company document, would be Uncharted 4.
This is disclosed in the image that you have below, an extract of the company’s presentation to investors, and that this text is still available on the Sony website at the time of writing.
Listed among new growth strategies such as the creation of new studios such as Jade Raymond’s, mobile games or game as a service, the arrival of old games on PC is offering Sony a return on investment (broadly speaking, what those who decide to put money in said business earn more than 250%, as well as the opening to new markets such as Chinese, Russian or Indian.
Although its directors had already dropped on more than one occasion that seeing their IPs on PC would not be a matter of a couple of games, the appearance of a consecrated saga like Uncharted together with Days Gone and Horizon Zero Dawn would not it leaves room for doubt as to the extent to which they will cling to that path.
There are no details on when the game’s announcement or launch will occur, but it wouldn’t be surprising if upcoming specials Sony like State of Play Horizon Forbidden West’s today serve as an excuse to drop the bomb.
Nor has it transpired if Uncharted 4, which came to PS4 in 2016, will be the only title in the saga that will land on platforms such as Steam or the Epic Games Store. What is to be expected is that it has specific improvements to get performance out of the PC, as the two forerunners of the strategy have done.
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