Days Gone and “a whole slate” of PlayStation games are coming to PC, Sony Interactive Entertainment America CEO Jim Ryan told GQ in an interview published Tuesday morning. The biker-fantasy/zombie-adventure will be available on PC this spring, Ryan said.
Sony’s Bend Studio, makers of the game, confirmed the port on Twitter on Tuesday morning.
Once console-only, Sony has over the past year made more of its first-party PlayStation games available on PC. Horizon Zero Dawn went to PC in early 2020, followed by Death Stranding later that summer.
Rumors last spring called for Days Gone, Bloodborne, and Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection to get the same treatment, although a Sony representative denied them at the time.
Days Gone, published in the spring of 2019, was the first console game by Bend Studio since 2007’s Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow for PlayStation 2 (though they had worked on several handheld projects). Days Gone received mixed reviews at launch, with most of the disappointment leveled at its repetitive gameplay loop. Still, the game has developed a following in the two years since, and is part of the 20-game PS Plus Collection offered to PlayStation 5 owners with a PlayStation Plus subscription.