Windows Central readers want to see Spider-Man swing his way to PCs

Marvels Spider Man Landing
Marvels Spider Man Landing (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Windows Central readers would like to see Marvel's Spider-Man come to PCs.
  • Ghost of Tsushima and The Last of Us Remastered also garnered a fair amount of interest from readers.
  • God of War recently became available on Steam, sparking a conversation about games that used to be exclusive to Sony's PlayStation becoming playable on PCs.

God of War recently launched on PCs, adding one of the most critically acclaimed games from the PlayStation platform to the Steam library. The PC release of God of War inspired a poll over the weekend about which PlayStation game people want to see come to PCs next.

At the time of publication, Marvel's Spider-Man earned the top spot in the poll, bringing in 40.82% of the votes. Ghost of Tsushima (25.57%) and The Last of Us Remastered (14.76%) rounded out the top three spots. While many gamers may want to see multiple PlayStation exclusives make their way to PCs, the poll specifically asked which game should be next, requesting a singular answer.

"For me the answer is easy, Spider-Man all the way," said Yahia Mostafa in the comments section of our poll.

It's worth noting that it is possible to play Marvel's Spider-Man on PCs through PlayStation Now. You cannot, however, play the game locally on PCs. Instead, you have to stream the title through Sony's subscription service.

With Microsoft pushing Xbox exclusives to Windows, such as Forza Horizon 5 and Halo Infinite, the list of the best PC games continues to grow. If Sony ups the number of titles it ships to PCs, that will boost the platform even further.

Before Sony launched God of War on Steam, the company released Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone for PCs. Sony has a good track record of porting console games to computers. In our God of War for PC review, Jez Corden stated that he "had nothing short of an utterly flawless experience" during his time with the game.

Corden concluded his review by stating that "God of War bodes well for future titles making their way across from PlayStation."

If that turns out to be the case, Windows Central readers may be able to enjoy several titles from our recent poll on their PCs.

Sean Endicott
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