Sony has been making notable moves in the PC space over the last few years, having released a number of major games for the platform. Horizon Zero Dawn, Days Gone, and God of War have all launched for PC, while Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection is set to follow sometime later this year. It’s been clear for a while that plans on investing further in the PC space, and now, a newly published job update further suggests that Sony is looking to further expand those plans.
As reported by VGC, as per a job listing for the Senior Director, PC Planning and Strategy position, Sony is looking to recruit someone that can “lead PC growth and commercial strategy” and “develop and implement global PC store strategy and process”. The job listing also mentions “growing PC MAU for PC content” as one of the position’s responsibilities.
In October last year, Sony officially established PlayStation PC, a label dedicated to publishing games on the platform. Earlier in the year, the company announced the acquisition of PC port specialist studio Nixxes Software. PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan said shortly afterward that the studio would help port PlayStation games to PC.
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