Sony may have a new plan for PC users to play more of its PlayStation titles

Sony is reportedly developing its standalone launcher on PC which is expected to be released in the upcoming days. As the company recently released Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered for PC, references to a “PlayStation PC Launcher” were found in the files of the game. An earlier report by Video Game Chronicle suggested that Sony might also introduce and integrate the PlayStation Network support into its PC games.
According to a report by XDA Developers (verified by Video Game Chronicle), references to “PSNAccountLinked” and “PSNLinkingEntitlements” were also found in Spider-Man Remastered. Moreover, the report states that the company could eventually allow users to cross-buy games for the PS5 and PC.
The importance of a PlayStation Network account for playing games on a PC
The report adds that currently, desktop gamers don’t need a PlayStation Network account to explore Sony’s titles on PC. However, players are also not allowed to transfer their save data from a console to a PC.
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