While consoles are incredibly popular among the gaming community, a large portion of gamers strictly sticks with their PCs. After all, there’s a wide variety of benefits that come hand-in-hand with PC gaming such as more personalized settings and the ability to play with mods. Unfortunately, however, there are plenty of games that simply are never published on the platform necessitating a console purchase if PC gamers want to play them.
Luckily, there’s been a push in recent years for publishers who’ve stuck exclusively to consoles to start bringing their games to PC. Xbox Games Studios has made it abundantly clear that it wants to support the platform as it’s been dropping its biggest titles on PC the day they launch through Game Pass. PlayStation Studios has also been upping its support but isn’t all-in just yet.
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Is Horizon Forbidden West Coming to PC?
With the release of every major first-party Sony title, PC fans are wondering if they’re going to be made available on the platform. Seeing as Horizon Forbidden West just released on PS4 and PS5 last month, eyes have turned expectantly to Sony to comment on a possible port. Unsurprisingly, the company hasn’t said anything about if a PC port of the game is coming.
It’s likely that Horizon Forbidden West will eventually come to PC, just not for quite some time. Although Sony has been expanding its PC offerings, it still seems like the company is quite a ways away from releasing its major exclusive titles on PC alongside consoles.
That’s not to say Horizon Forbidden West won’t ever make the platform jump, however. Sony has expressed greater interest in publishing on PC with games like Horizon Zero Dawn, Days Gone, Death Stranding, and God of War all making their way there after a few years of being out on PS4. It seems likely that Forbidden West would follow in their footsteps, but looking at the release schedule for those titles, it likely won’t come for another few years.