Sony creates PlayStation PC Label to its PC Ports
To keep PlayStation’s name in front of everyone, even on personal computers, Sony created a new brand for the games it is porting to PC.
Steam users noticed the change when Day Gone games were updated to include PlayStation PC as the publisher. Horizon Zero Dawn, the upcoming God of War port, and others still list PlayStation Mobile as the publisher as of this writing. Helldivers, Guns up, and Everyone’s Gone To The Rapture all appear under PC LLC.
Corporation Wiki (thanks VGC), the PlayStation PC LLC was originally filed in California as a Domestic on April 13, 2013. So Sony has been working hard to rebrand. Although Horizon, God of War’s Steam pages still identify the PlayStation Mobile branch as a publisher, they will likely join the other games to become uniformly branded soon. It is also possible that the PlayStation PC branding may be on the Uncharted collection when Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy are brought to PC next year.
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All of Sony’s PC moves began with Horizon Zero Dawn last ye. This was followed by Day Gone earlier in the year. Although I was worried that the company would stick to its safer choices, the addition of God of War, as well as the best Uncharted game, makes me optimistic that PC gamers will be able to enjoy some of Sony’s most acclaimed games in the near future. Maybe a Last of Uscollection is in the works? A vocal group might like Bloodborne to run on their computer at some point.