Horizon: Zero Dawn reportedly heading to PC this year
Horizon: Zero Dawn is heading to PC platforms in 2020, according to sources speaking with Kotaku. The open-world post-apocalyptic RPG, developed by Guerrilla Games, originally released as a PlayStation 4 exclusive in February 2017.
With some exceptions like online titles, this would be the first major game developed by a Sony fully-owned development studio to land on a non-PlayStation platform. As stated by Kotaku, titles like Kojima Productions' Death Stranding or Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human were largely PlayStation funded & branded, also receiving PC support (later this year in the case for Death Stranding), but these development teams remain independent.
Microsoft has already embraced releasing first-party Xbox games on PC and other platforms, and this could be an indication Sony is testing similar waters for the PlayStation brand. We'll have to wait for more details on how this all shakes up.