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New Job Ad Suggests Sony Wants to Bring PlayStation Network to PC

A PSN PC launcher might be in the works, if a new job advertisement published by Sony Interactive Entertainment is anything to go by. As spotted by DualShockers, Sony is looking for a director of project management specifically for “PC game experiences” and one of the position holder’s task will be to lead PSN platform integration.

Potential PSN PC integration lines up with recent developments

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Sony has been repeatedly expressing its desire to go multiplatform in recent months, with an emphasis on PC and mobile. As pointed out by Twitter user Zuby_Tech, this isn’t the first time a job ad has hinted at a mobile and PC launcher for PSN. Last October, the company was looking for a UX Design Manager specifically for PlayStation’s “off-console experience” by designing mobile, web, and PC applications in order to expand its content distribution platform. With Microsoft’s Game Pass being available on PC, it makes sense for Sony to want to put the new PS Plus on PC as well.

“Lead and evolve the PlayStation game experience roadmap for all game related experiences including SDK development, client application experiences as PlayStation network Platform integration,” reads the new job description for director of project management. “This role will be asked to take the lead on the overall PC gaming experiences for PlayStation including the leadership and responsibility to implement and deliver to our players worldwide.”

In other news, a PSVR 2 event is rumored to be happening as soon as early June, and publisher Electronic Arts is reportedly looking for potential buyers.

[Source: DualShockers]