Two of PlayStation’s first-party titles are headed to another platform soon—GOG.
Listed as “Coming Soon,” both God of War and Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection will come to the GOG storefront.
Owned by CD Projekt Red, the same company that brought the hit title The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, GOG has become a venerable platform for digital PC titles, directly competing with the likes of Steam and Epic Games Store. Although it may not always go toe-to-toe with the competition, its presence is still critical in disrupting the dominance between Valve and Epic, especially the former.
It would not be the first time that GOG will be host to first-party PlayStation titles, however. With Horizon: Zero Dawn Complete Edition having taken the lead, followed by Days Gone, both of these PS titles have called the GOG digital storefront home for some time now. The games were even being offered at a substantial discount, making the platform a palatable choice for gamers on a budget.
Both God of War and Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection have been playable on PC for over a year now. Yet, its move to GOG is a step that could certainly prove auspicious to the gamers’ pockets.
However, these four are not the only PlayStation titles that already made their way to PC. Earlier in the year, we have also seen another major PS title having moved to PC with The Last of Us Part 1. The game is a remake of Naughty Dog’s original PlayStation 3 title, which also saw a previously remastered version on PlayStation 4.