Like i said when Death Stranding was announced on PC. Interesting move by Sony. I expected Bloodborne, GT Sport or Dreams to be announced (i still expect this after this news), not Horizon, but it proved my point. Sony is just doing what other 3rd party does with their games. Put them in most platforms possible to extend the sales the most.
But people need to calm down (not here, here people has been very rational to be honest), because just Sony doing this with a game 3 years old, doesn't mean each new PS4/PS5 Sony game will launch at the same time on PC making PS console obsolete...
1st. People doesn't want to spend double the prize to play the same games. If people can play this game on a 400$ console people will still buy the console instead of a more expensive PC platform.
2nd. People doesn't want to wait 6 months, 1 year, 2 years or 3 years, like in this case, to play a game they want like we've seen with games that have launched in PC long after in consoles, like for example: Red Dead Redemption 2.
3rd. Don't expect Horizon Zero Dawn to suddenly sell millions in PC. It will sell a few hundreds k's and that will be it. Nothing will change.
PS5 future will be fine. If you want the new 1st party PS games you will need a PS5. The people that will wait blindly a PC version will be absolutely minuscule. Most people that will buy a PC versions years later, are the same people wouldn't buy the game on PS in the first place because they have no interest in a console, so nothing will be lost.
People crying about this decision are just the vocal minority. More people will not care, they won't even know about this.
And besides, Horizon Zero Dawn is just one of my favorite games ever, so, If more people can play it..., i won't be against it. As a PS costumer, i don't see how this will harm me at all....I'm pretty sure i will play Horizon 2 on PS5 day 1, like millions more like me.