PlayStation Posts New Job Listing Says Focused On PC Games – GameSpot

A job listing posted by PlayStation raised suspicions that the company might be building a new team to develop PC games. According to Game Radar, one of the possibilities describes the search for a candidate who will “lead and expand the PlayStation PC Game Experiences product organization.”

Another duty mentioned is the “integration of the PlayStation network platform”, reinforcing the possible expansion of the horizons of computer games.


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However, this is not the first PC-related job listing we’ve seen on the PlayStation job page. Last month, the company was looking for a senior director to lead the PC business, a position looking for someone who “ensures optimal PC sales growth,” again indicating an effort to increase the number of “PC gamers” in the company. .

Several PlayStation games have successfully made it to PC, such as God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, Days Gone, Death Stranding, and more. The move, God of War director Corey Barlog explains, happened because “Sony Studios asked for it,” though the company and its affiliates are still trying to figure out the move process.

Novo PlayStation Plus

On the other hand, its new subscription service, which includes PC games and cloud games, recently introduced a sample game catalog. The list includes “an overview of some of the new games that will be included during the launch period,” according to the PlayStation Blog. The service will now be divided into three tiers with different plans to serve all types of players: Essential, Extra and Premium, which combines PS Plus and PS Now.

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