Russian gaming journalist, Anton Logvinov, has stated that Horizon Zero Dawn is coming to the PC in February 2020. According to the journalist, the PC version will be announced very soon and will be released so it can boost the game’s popularity for its upcoming sequel.
Moreover, Logvinov claims that he knows a few developers working on games for PlayStation 5 who told him that Sony asked them to keep in mind a PC version when developing their games. If that’s true, then we may see some PS5-exclusives coming to the PC.
If Logvinov is to be believed, we should be getting a PC announcement for Horizon Zero Dawn at this year’s VGA awards. After all, there isn’t any other event during which Sony can announce the PC version.
Now while this may sound cool, I don’t believe it’s happening. For starters, Horizon Zero Dawn is a first-party game for PS4. Yes, Death Stranding may be using the same engine, however it wasn’t a first-party title. Let’s also not forget that Kojima had initially announced that Death Stranding was coming on both PS4 and PC.
I also don’t expect Sony to be releasing its biggest PS4 exclusives on the PC. Don’t get me wrong, it would be great if we could play Gran Turismo, God of War, Spiderman and The Order 1866. However, this isn’t Microsoft we’re talking about. Sony has been investing a lot of its resources on its first-party games. Thus, I don’t really expect them coming out on other platforms any time soon.
Therefore, I strongly suggest taking everything you read with a grain of salt. Still, it will interesting to see whether such thing will happen.