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PS3/PS4 title "Journey" coming to PC - Epic Games Store Exclusive

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Journey is coming to PC via the Epic Games Store, publisher Annapurna Interactive and developer thatgamecompany announced.

The Journey property is still owned by Sony Interactive Entertainment, as indicated on the Epic Games Store page.
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I'm guessing Flow and Flower will follow.
 


    

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We'll see if it stays exclusive once it launches. They take more of the selling price there than at Steam, but at Steam they'll sell more units, offseting the difference.



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It seems like Sony is trying to tap into the PC market without causing its flagship platform to lose out. Having older games available in some way on PC. First with PS Now and now by releasing games, whose IP they own, directly onto it.



Raven722 said:
It seems like Sony is trying to tap into the PC market without causing its flagship platform to lose out. Having older games available in some way on PC. First with PS Now and now by releasing games, whose IP they own, directly onto it.

It's the perfect fit,Sony has put it on all their platforms and it's journey has come to a end, pun intended , plus its a unique game that doesn't really fit into the make another one mould.



I'd love to buy Journey again as PSVR or PCVR version



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Conina said:
I'd love to buy Journey again as PSVR or PCVR version

Yeah I never thought of that it would be perfect, imagine making your way up the mountain in vr.



Still haven't tried this one out but I will definitely play it since it was free with PS+ and I heard a lot of positive things about it. But first I want to finish SHadow of the Colossus.



JEMC said:
We'll see if it stays exclusive once it launches. They take more of the selling price there than at Steam, but at Steam they'll sell more units, offseting the difference.


Who knows, doesnt matter - wait for Flow and Flower to come out for the "Journey Collectors Edition" bundle - to be cheaper :p

Raven722 said:
It seems like Sony is trying to tap into the PC market without causing its flagship platform to lose out. Having older games available in some way on PC. First with PS Now and now by releasing games, whose IP they own, directly onto it.


This isnt new - Hell Divers for an example came out a while ago on Steam.

Sony's not gonna release their first party developer titles like God of War, Uncharted, etc on PC - they will let the indie developed games get released because they are the publisher but didnt use any in house studio.

I expect House Marque (or w/e its called) to release their games in the future on PC.

Dr.Vita said:
Still haven't tried this one out but I will definitely play it since it was free with PS+ and I heard a lot of positive things about it. But first I want to finish SHadow of the Colossus.


I bought the Collector's Edition few months back for $10  - gonna play it on PS4. Though they gave me the PS3 and PSV versions which is kinda useless since I dont have a PSV.

 

I might play the PS3 ver to get the trophies though since the games are short..unless they share the trophies...like FFX/X-2.



    

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BasilZero said:
JEMC said:
We'll see if it stays exclusive once it launches. They take more of the selling price there than at Steam, but at Steam they'll sell more units, offseting the difference.

Who knows, doesnt matter - wait for Flow and Flower to come out for the "Journey Collectors Edition" bundle - to be cheaper :p

I don't need to wait to not buy a game/bundle from a store I won't care about except for the games they'll give for free.



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BasilZero said:
Raven722 said:
It seems like Sony is trying to tap into the PC market without causing its flagship platform to lose out. Having older games available in some way on PC. First with PS Now and now by releasing games, whose IP they own, directly onto it.


This isnt new - Hell Divers for an example came out a while ago on Steam.

Sony's not gonna release their first party developer titles like God of War, Uncharted, etc on PC - they will let the indie developed games get released because they are the publisher but didnt use any in house studio.

I expect House Marque (or w/e its called) to release their games in the future on PC.

I forgot about Helldivers. Thing is, they already have one foot in the door for releasing their first party developed titles on PC through PS Now. Whether or not they go all the way and eventually release older first party developed titles directly on PC remains to be seen. Though Sony has developed games for PC before. Through Sony Online Entertainment before they sold them off. I'm wondering if Sony's long-term plans involve having a presence on PC just in case things go South for them.