The company recently announced the acquisition of the Dutch team specialized in PC adaptations.
Confirmation was not much needed, but in case there were doubts among users Jim Ryan, president and CEO of PlayStation, has confirmed in a recent interview the reason for the purchase of Nixxes Software: facilitate the development of adaptations for PC of the different video games of the Japanese hardware manufacturer.
In A chat With Famitsu, the businessman claims to be happy with the efforts made by the company to bring its IP to PC: “Although we are still at the beginning of this work, we hope that Nixxes Software can help with it,” says Ryan, justifying for the first time in public the acquisition of a specialized team in this field.
In fact, as they expose in Famitsu, Nixxes has worked in bringing to compatible big productions like Marvel’s Avengers or the reboot trilogy of Tomb Raider.
The purchase of Nixxes Software was announced by surprise at the beginning of this month of July by Hermen Hulst, director of PlayStation Studios, who wanted to welcome on Twitter to a studio with “deep technical expertise”.
Returning to Jim Ryan, the executive of the Japanese firm has also had time to express his plans to increase its development capabilities in the coming years, thus allowing it to offer more exclusive titles for PlayStation in the future. On the other hand, Ryan has also provided the sales data of PS5 in the world, with more than 10 million consoles sold since the end of last year, having in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales one of his greatest successes.
PlayStation games on PC
So far there have not been many releases on PlayStation PC, especially highlighting Horizon: Zero Dawn and Days Gone without mentioning third-party developments such as Death Stranding in which Sony was not directly involved. Now we have to wait to know what will be the next great exclusive launch of the Japanese firm to brighten the mornings, afternoons and nights of PC users.
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