Sony has revealed the most played PlayStation titles through the PlayStation Now on PC from March 1 to June 1. The online subscription service has a good amount of Sony-only titles from previous generations that have yet to be brought onto the current market, or through regular means in the PC gaming market. Therefore, this specific list consists of mostly PlayStation titles that are not available on the PC platform through Steam, Epic Games Store, or any other retailer. The game at the very top is none other than perhaps one of the most requested PlayStation exclusives for PC, From Software’s Bloodborne.
PlayStation has released stats for the most played PlayStation Now games from March 1 to June 1 of this yearhttps://t.co/RaMC9p20xO
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Other major names on this list include The Last of Us, Horizon Zero Dawn, Marvel’s Avengers, and Detroit: Become Human. This is especially intriguing due to the fact that both Horizon Zero Dawn and Detroit: Become Human are both available on PC through various digital retailers. This more than likely has to due with the fact that the PlayStation Now service does not require you to download the game in order to play it. As long as you have a steady internet connection, you’ll be able to play the games Sony via streaming access, which is very convenient if your RIG cannot handle the graphical demand that a lot of newer titles require.
As for Bloodborne, it’s not a major surprise top see it sitting at the top of this list. It’s one of the handful of games from the last generation to not get a PC port from a Sony console. In addition, it’s also one of the few PlayStation titles to not get any sort of upgrade when playing it on the PlayStation 5. While we half expect Sony to announce that the game could get a full PC port at some point, we’re still waiting on them to make such a declaration. For the time being, the PlayStation Now service is the only possible way to play Bloodborne on the PC. Hopefully Sony has something for us in the coming months.