Sony Is Seeking PC Director to Develop "Global PC Store Strategy"

Sony seems to be seeking ways to further develop its PC direction and currently looking for a Senior Director of PC Planning and Strategy who will be responsible for driving PC sales growth.

God of War

A number of formerly PlayStation-exclusive games have been recently ported to PC including Death Stranding, God of War, Horizon: Zero Dawn, and Days Gone. And more games are yet to be ported – Sony's next release on PC will be Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, which already has a Steam page (although no exact release date has been revealed yet).

Apparently, the company's experiment has proved to be really successful, and now Sony seems to be seeking ways to further expand it. According to a recent job opening that appeared online, Sony is looking for a Senior Director of PC Planning and Strategy who will be tasked with driving PC sales growth as well as will be responsible for "commercial plan to hub and territory teams to implement". The description of the role highlights that whoever takes the job, will have to work with various commercial partners including Epic Games and Steam.

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection

The job opening indicates that Sony has serious plans for the development of the PC direction, although most likely, there is no talk of a simultaneous release of future games on both PC and consoles.

The news comes not long after Sony launched its new publishing label for PC ports at the end of 2021 and follows the successful God of War port which has become the best-selling Sony game on PC.

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