Sony's PC games may have PlayStation Network integration
Sony Interactive Entertainment is slowly but surely entering the PC gaming market. The company has already released several major PC ports, including Horizon: Zero Dawn, Days Gone and God of War, and now seems to be planning to integrate its PlayStation Network service on PC.
That intention is indicated by one of PlayStation's recently opened job openings. The corporation is looking for a director of product management for PC gaming, who will be tasked with leading and developing the PlayStation roadmap for everything related to PC gaming, including integrating the PlayStation Network platform.
It is noted that this position will have the responsibility of leading the effort to build the overall PlayStation gaming experience on PC. The applicant is required to have an in-depth understanding of the gaming industry, especially the needs and trends in PC, crossplay, and cloud and mobile gameplay.
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