Assuming this new document from Sony is to be believed.
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Sony recently put up their latest investor report on for their PlayStation brand, and with it has come some new surprises. For instance, we have learned that there are now over 3.2 million paid subscribers for PlayStation Now. PlayStation Plus has now hit about 48 million subscribers as of fiscal year 2020. Sony also managed to sell over 7.8 million PlayStation 5 consoles thus far. We even see that the return on investment for Horizon Zero Dawn was well over 250% for the PC release!

Those are all well and good, but there is something else that stood out. One slide in particular talks about "new growth vectors" for PlayStation Studios. One of those growth vectors is, of course, the PC market that Sony just recently started to take notice of.

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On that slide under "more PC releases planned" is a title that has not officially been announced for the PC yet: Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. The other title mentioned alongside Uncharted 4 is the recently released Days Gone, which is an absolutely stellar PC port of the game that originally came out on the PlayStation 4.

We don't yet know when Uncharted 4 will hit the PC or if other Uncharted titles, such as Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, will come to PC. All we know is that Sony is planning on releasing the popular action-adventure title on PC at some point in the future.

Of course, just because it's currently planned, it doesn't mean it's set in stone. Just something you may need to keep in mind if plans change.