Playstation on Steam: Sony Studios now officially included

Playstation on Steam: Sony Studios now officially included

Playstation on Steam

On May 18, 2021, Days Gone will be the next PlayStation Studios game on Steam for PC. Users have now made a discovery on the product page of the title. Accordingly, the PlayStation Studios are now listed as a franchise on Steam. The note can be found under the details of the developer and publisher.

A click on the name of the Steam curator only leads to an empty page so far. This should be another confirmation that Sony would like to publish more games for the PC in the future. In the past, those responsible have repeatedly indicated that there will continue to be implementations of well-known PlayStation titles. PlayStation Studios are also already listed as a franchise for Horizon Zero Dawn. The game by Guerrilla Games was released for the PC last year. Days Gone from Bend Studios will follow shortly.


Days Gone: Release and features of the PC version in the trailer loadVideoPlayer ('83727', '& sAdSetCsategory = article_featured', 18, '16: 9 ', false, 1370841, false, 69900, 260, false, 0,' ',' ', false); Days Gone from € 35.92 With the launch of the PS5, Sony brought PlayStation Studios into being. Behind the name are all of the company's first-party teams. This includes studios such as Naughty Dog, Insomniac Games or Sony Santa Monica. Which PlayStation title will come next for the PC has not yet been revealed. In the coming week, PlayStation Studios will release another project exclusively for PS5, Returnal. The team at Housemarque (Resogun, Super Stardust) is responsible for the development.

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'Super Meat Boy Forever' comes to PlayStation and Xbox on April 16th

A few months afterSuper Meat Boy Forever finally emerged on Epic Games Store and Nintendo Switch, it's coming to PlayStation and Xbox. Team Meat is bringing the game to PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S on April 16th. It'll cost $20. 

The long-awaited sequel landed on PC and Switch in December, over a decade after the classic platformer Super Meat Boy was released. This time around, Meat Boy and his partner Bandage Girl set out to rescue their child, Nugget, from the clutches of Dr. Fetus. They need to make their way through many fiendishly difficult levels to reclaim their offspring.

Super Meat Boy Forever © Team Meat Super Meat Boy Forever

Super Meat Boy Foreveris an autorunner, so you don't have control over your character's movement speed or direction. It's more about getting the timing of jumps, slides and punches just right. The randomly generated levels draw from thousands of hand-made platforming sections to keep things fresh each time you play.

The game is also making its way to Steam later this year. There's no word as yet on when the long-planned mobile versions will arrive, however.