Every PlayStation Studios game available on Windows PC

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Long gone are the days of PlayStation games not being available on Windows PC. While Sony hasn't quite embraced the day-and-date simultaneous release strategy adopted by Microsoft, the company — which previously developed games exclusively for its line of consoles — has softened in the past couple of years, bringing major PlayStation titles to PC. 

Players who want to experience the adventures of Aloy, Kratos, and other iconic PlayStation Studios characters are no longer required to buy a PS5. Instead, they can browse the ever-growing list of PlayStation Studios games available on PC, which means enjoying these across a variety of hardware from the Steam Deck to a custom Windows PC or gaming laptop. 

When do PlayStation Studios games come to PC?

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According to Hermen Hulst (opens in new tab), head of PlayStation Studios, it's still the company intent to launch the bigger single-player games on PS5 first, before later bringing the games to PC. This might not be the case for multiplayer games however, which are considered okay to launch simultaneously on console and PC. 

There's no hard rule, but as a general metric, it seems to take at least a year and a half to two years before a PlayStation game will be ported to PC.

Full List of PlayStation Studios games on PC

Days Gone

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Developed by Bend Studio, Days Gone is an open-world survival game, where a mysterious infection has transformed both humans and the surrounding wildlife. With only a motorcycle and any weapons that can be scavenged, Deacon St. John has to survive the open road of Oregon.

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Days Gone

In this post-apocalyptic adventure, players hit the open road on their bike, taking on raiders and massive hordes as Deacon St. John figures out his place in the kind of ecosystem taking shape.

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Everybody's Gone to the Rapture

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This 2015 PS4 title was developed by The Chinese Room and published by PlayStation, later receiving a PC port in 2016. It's a simple title that has players investigating why an entire town suddenly went missing in 1984. Eschewing combat for vibes, it's a relaxing game that doesn't take a long time to finish.

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Everybody's Gone to the Rapture

This "walking simulator" tells the story of an entire town disappearing. Find clues, and piece together what happened in a game that's more calming and less involved than most PlayStation titles.

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God of War (2018)

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God of War is one of Sony's biggest franchises, and with the arrival of God of War (2018) on PC, players without a PlayStation console now have access to one of the best PC games available. This game eschews the prior Greek setting for a new world of Norse mythology, as Kratos is trying to raise his young son Atreus. But there are monsters and other gods all across the Nine Realms...

In our review of God of War (2018) on PC, managing editor Jez Corden wrote that "Incredible art meets ambitious storytelling and meticulously precise combat, creating a whole that is greater than its already formidable parts. God of War is utterly incredible."

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God of War (2018)

This relaunch of the God of War franchise ambitiously redefined Kratos, telling the story of a old, brooding father trying to care for his young son in a harsh world. Along the way, the two encounter gods and monsters of Norse myth, hinting at even greater danger...

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Helldivers: Dive Harder Edition

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Developed by Arrowhead Game Studios, Helldivers is a top-down twin-stick co-op shooter, tasking players with shooting away alien foes. Ported to PC in 2015, this is actually the first game Sony ever released on PC, though it wouldn't be until the arrival of Horizon Zero Dawn in 2020 that the initiative was given much more momentum.

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Helldivers: Dive Harder Edition

If you're looking for some twin-stick fun, look no further than Helldivers. This co-op arcade experience is perfect for putting together a team and gunning down the foes of humanity across the stars.

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Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition

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In 2017, Guerrilla Games pivoted from first-person shooters and created an adventure with RPG elements called Horizon Zero Dawn. This game is set a thousand years in the future, well after a mysterious tragedy. Machines now dominate the world, with humanity reduced to tribes. The young Aloy works to unravel just what really happened in the past, as well as trying to keep that same disaster from happening again. 

Horizon Zero Dawn was ported to PC in 2020 with the help of Virtuous, and was the first major PlayStation exclusive to be ported to PC by Sony, heralding a new era for the long-running PlayStation brand.

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Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition

Aloy's first big adventure sees her trying to prove herself and unravel dark mysteries in the far-future Earth, where machines, humans, dominate the world. Bring down massive metal dinosaurs and uncover secrets.

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Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered

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In 2018, Insomniac Games created Marvel's Spider-Man, a new take on the story of Peter Parker, superhero. The game was later remastered for PS5, and is now available on PC with a wealth of PC enhancements offered by the porting experts at Nixxes Software. 

With all three DLC packs and extra costumes included, Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered is one of Sony's premiere offerings on PC right now. 

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Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered

Swing into New York City as Spider-Man! In Insomniac Games' debut take on the wall-crawler, you'll be tackling multiple villains as an experienced web-slinger, including  Scorpion, Kingpin, Vulture, and the most dangerous of all: Peter Parker's social life.

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Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales

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This 2020 sequel to Marvel's Spider-Man first launched for PS5 and PS4 back on Nov. 10, 2020 as a launch title for the new generation of consoles. It was ported to PC on Nov. 18, 2022, with Insomniac Games again receiving aid from Nixxes Software. 

This adventure has Miles Morales trying to hold down things in New York when his mentor Peter Parker leaves for Europe over the holidays. With multiple threats converging across the city, it'll take everything Miles has in order to stop Rhino, Prowler, and villains.

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Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Experience the debut solo adventure of Miles Morales in this smaller entry within Insomniac Games' Spider-Man universe. Miles has to navigate all of the normal holiday stress, as well as face down supervillains along the way. 

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Predator: Hunting Grounds

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Developed by Illfonic, this asymmetrical experience pits four human players as soldiers against one skilled Predator in the jungle, alongside AI cannon fodder fighting both sides.

In our review of Predator: Hunting Grounds, former staff writer Jennifer Locke found that "I'd imagine if you can get a group of four together for a complete fireteam, you'll have much more fun with the game. That generally stands for any multiplayer title, but even more with Predator: Hunting Grounds. Sam and I had a good time laughing at the game."

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Predator: Hunting Grounds

If you have a group of friends, it can be fun getting together and trying to stay alive against whoever is playing as the Predator. The game has seen constant support, with new maps and skins available since launch.

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Sackboy: A Big Adventure

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Sackboy, protagonist of the LittleBigPlanet games, gets to go exploring once more with this platforming game developed by Sumo Digital. Minigames and various levels await alongside a surprising stellar collection of licensed music. It's a co-op title, so you can play with up to three friends.

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Sackboy: A Big Adventure

Run, dash, and leap across a variety of worlds. Sackboy is a great co-op experience, and there's tons of fun costumes pulling from numerous other PlayStation titles across the last few years.

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Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection

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Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection includes two different games — Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy — that have been remastered with new graphical features and settings, pushing well above the visual quality of the games when they were first released on PS4 in 2016 and 2017, respectively. 

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End tells the seemingly final story of Nathan Drake, as he reunites with his brother Sam Drake and chases down pirate treasure across the world. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a slightly smaller game, focusing on Chloe Fraser and Nadine Ross, who are fighting rebels in the Indian Army and looking for the Tush of Ganesh.

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Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection

This double-pack includes Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, the final adventure of legendary tomb raider Nathan Drake, which sees him chasing an unmatched pirate treasure. Then, in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Chloe Fraser searches for treasure deep in India.

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PlayStation Studios games coming to PC in the future

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There's a few more PlayStation Studios games that aren't yet available on PC, but are announced to be coming or will be available in the near future. 

The Last of Us Part 1, a remake of the original game's single-player story by Naughty Dog, is currently available on PS5 and is also coming to PC, though there's no release date right now. 

A leaked Steam listing, clips of gameplay and settings indicate that Housemarque's PS5 exclusive Returnal will be coming to PC, though this has not yet been officially announced.