The line between consoles and software is becoming increasingly blurred. Now you also have the option, for example, to link your PlayStation Network to your Steam account and thus secure a few advantages.
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PlayStation and Steam: Linking accounts is now possible
Sony recently launched a new website. This gives you the option of linking your PlayStation Network and Steam accounts. Now you’re wondering what’s the point of signing in to your PC with your PSN? According to Sony, you can “access unique bonus contentmanage your notification preferences and get the latest news, updates and offers about your game and other upcoming PlayStation Studios games on PC or other PlayStation platforms” (Source: PlayStation).
It can be with the unique bonus content including different skins, special items, bonus content and more act. The first game to enable this feature is Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered.
It is not yet known whether and which Sony PC releases will also be equipped with this function. However, the image on the registration page shows titles like Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves, God of War and Days Gone. So it can be assumed that these games will follow suit soon (source: Steam).
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered comes with a few handy PC features:
Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered – PC Features Trailer
PS games on the PC: As long as console games remain exclusive
Some games that were once exclusive to PlayStation are now available for PC. However, that took a while and that will not change in the future, as PlayStation boss Hermen Hulst recently revealed in an interview. It will take at least a year in the future for PS exclusives to appear on PC. An exception could be live service games.