PC gamers already have a few to choose from with launchers from Rockstar, Blizzard, Ubisoft, Origin, for example, and soon there might be one from Sony too. There are at least first indications of a PlayStation PC launcher.
PlayStation Network on PC: There are first indications
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, an improved version of the PlayStation game, was recently released for PC. Since the release of the source code, dataminers have been taking on the task of revealing one or the other secret or upcoming plans, and they are there came across something interesting.
Among other things, references to a PlayStation PC launcher were discovered. This could indicate that Sony is currently developing the feature. A few weeks ago, Sony Interactive Entertainment boss Jim Ryan pointed out that the company is constantly expanding its presence on the PC and port more PlayStation games in the years to come would like (source VGC).
You can get an impression of the PC version in the trailer:
Spider-Man Remastered: Launch Trailer for the PC version
PlayStation Launcher on PC: how likely is it?
Titles such as Death Stranding, Days Gone, God of War and Horizon Zero Dawn have already proven that Sony is successful with porting popular PlayStation games. So far the games are available on major platforms like Steam and Epic Games, a separate launcher would be the next logical step for a planned extension.
So far, Sony Interactive Entertainment has not yet given the clues and hence an official PlayStation Network link voiced. Perhaps the plan is still in its infancy and, like many of the company’s patents, will never see the light of day. In principle, there are already enough ways to distribute in-house games to PC players without their own launcher. We will keep you up to date.