PlayStation Launcher coming to PC? Evidence found in Spider-Man Remastered

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PlayStation Launcher coming to PC? Evidence found in Spider-Man Remastered

Does PlayStation plan to implement Launcher for its PC Games and PlayStation Network integration?

It's been a few days since the release of Spider-Man Remastered on PC. As it turns out, the game files contain some intriguing clues. According to the VGC website, references to the Playstation Network integration have been discovered in the code. It suggests that Sony may plan to allow linking PSN accounts to specific games and provide rewards for doing so. Although neither Spider-Man nor any other Sony game on PC supports this kind of connectivity, files include references to "PSNAccountLinked" and "PSNLinkingEntitlements."

Another VGC article implies Sony might be developing PlayStation Launcher for PC. Moreover, it's suspected that it would link to not only PlayStation Network but also PlayStation Store, enabling Sony to sell their PC titles directly through their platform. Nonetheless, it's highly doubted that the games would be exclusive to this launcher, as Microsoft's games launch both in its store and on Steam.

Sony has been porting its biggest hits for two years, and there are currently 11 former PlayStation exclusives available on Steam. The corporation has recently released Spider-Man Remastered, played simultaneously by 66,000 Steam users at its peak moment. Thanks to, you can join them and buy the game at the lowest price:

Do you think the speculations are correct? How do you feel about another PC launcher? Will PlayStation PC Launcher make cross-buying possible across PC and PS5? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

Source: VGC

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