Berikut Sony will Present More Game Choices on PC
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iwanrj.com – Jakarta – Sony has now released more games For platforms PCs with mixed results, the most recently released was The Last of Us Part 1 which faced various problems.
On the other hand, release games The PC work done by Sony looks to be paying off big. According to Sony’s FY2022 financial report, sales games in platforms apart from the PlayStation console, it almost doubled compared to the previous fiscal year.
While it’s hard to say which games have sold well on the platform, Sony’s string of releases on Steam in FY2022 has been impressive, with titles like Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, Sackboy: A Big Adventure, and The Last of US Part 1.
Reported Telset from Gizmochina, bringing games to PC allows the company to tap into bigger markets. Even though, PlayStation is a very populer console, there are still many people who prefer to play games on their PC.
Therefore, by releasing its games on PC, Sony can reach this audience and potentially attract new customers who may have never owned a PlayStation to try playing PS games.
Apart from that, games on computers offer several advantages over console games, for example PC gamers can set better graphics, higher frame rates, and adjustable settings. This advantage is a big difference compared to consoles.
The various options that PC gamers can choose from can also make Sony take advantage of it to offer a more premium experience to users of the platform.
The most interesting thing is that releasing games to PC can extend the life of outdated games. As consoles continue to evolve, older games may become less relevant and even unplayable.
With the strategy of moving it to PC, Sony can create a variety games his creations live on and reach players who may not have played them before.
On the other hand, this could also help build interest in game franchises, with the potential to generate more sales of new titles on PC and Playstation consoles. [FY/HBS]