20 Playstation Exclusives We Want on PC and Xbox

Cloud Strife in Final fantasy 7
Image Credit: Square Enix.

PlayStation has some of the best games on their console when it comes to exclusives. This list will cover some of the best PlayStation exclusives we would love to see on PC. Come on, Sony, it’s time to give us Bloodborne!

20. The Last Of Us Part II

The Last of Us Part II is not afraid to tell the story it wants to tell
Photo Credit: Sony Computer Entertainment

While the Last of Us Part I is available on PC, there is no word whether the second part will be coming to any other console or platform. It has also since received a remaster despite not being that old of a game.

The Last of Us Part II may be a controversial game, but it also has some fantastic, hard-hitting moments and great character development. If you liked the first one or are a fan of the show, this is definitely a game that you’ll want to keep your eye on. With the graphical capabilities of a good computer, it’s safe to say that The Last of Us Part II would look phenomenal on PC.

19. Demon’s Souls

Demon's Souls flighted enemies
Image Credit: Sony Computer Entertainment.

While most of the FromSoftware games are available on other platforms, there are two (that are both on this list) that just aren’t. Fans have long hoped that Demon’s Souls would be the next PlayStation exclusive to PC, but that announcement just hasn’t come yet. Especially since Demon’s Souls was the game that started the Soulsborne franchise in the first place, it’d be great if Dark Souls enjoyers could complete the one that started it all.

It’s been a long couple of years, but we shouldn’t give up hope yet, right?

18. Rise of the Ronin

Rise of the Ronin handgun
Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Rise of the Ronin is a new PlayStation exclusive that has just been released in the past month. If you’re a fan of Soulslikes, you might want to put this game on your wishlist. Although it has only been released in the past month, we can’t help but hope that this PlayStation exclusive will make it to PC and maybe even Xbox.

For those who are fans of historical battles and settings, this is a game that you’ll want to put on your wishlist. I hope that PlayStation answers the call and grants your wish.

17. Shadow of the Colossus

Shadow of the colossus remake meeting
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It’s been a very long time since Shadow of the Colossus was released, with it initially being remastered for the PlayStation 4 as one of the first games to come out. However, one brand new PlayStation later, and we still haven’t seen any inkling that Shadow of the Colossus may come to a different platform.

It’s a shame, as it was released in 2018 and remains one of the best games for the PlayStation 4, and yet, there’s a huge number of players out there who haven’t been able to experience it.

16. The Last Guardian

The Last Guardian Trico
Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment.

The Last Guardian was released in 2016, and similar to Shadow of the Colossus, there has been no news or even a suggestion of putting this game on a different platform. It’s a shame, as this game has such a beautiful story, atmosphere, and gameplay. 

There are so many people who are missing out on this experience, and it’d look stellar on PC.

15. God of War: Ragnarok

God of War: Ragnarok Battle with Thor
Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment.

God of War (2018) has made it to PC, but there is nothing to be said about God of War: Ragnarok. Considering the first one is now on PC, we’re hoping that we will get to see more of Kratos and his violent life. Maybe when or if it releases, we’ll also get to experience the free DLC along with it!

We can dream, right?

14. inFamous: Second Son

Image Credit: Sony Computer Entertainment.

Compared to some of the games on this list, inFamous: Second Son is a somewhat dated game. This game was first released for the PlayStation 4 in 2014 and became a huge commercial success. 

Although there was a game released after this one, they were both PlayStation exclusives and are unlikely to be ported to any other platform.

13. Tearaway Unfolded

Tearaway Unfolded sunset
Image Credit: Sony Computer Entertainment.

Tearaway Unfolded is a positively adorable game released for the PlayStation 4, a remake of Tearaway for the PlayStation Vita. It’s a shame that no other console saw this game, as it was a really fun adventure game that all ages could love. 

12. Final Fantasy VII Rebirth

Final Fantasy VII Updates for Remake, Crisis Core
Photo Credit: Square Enix

Considering that the other parts of Final Fantasy VII’s remake have made it to PC, we hope this game also does. However, Xbox gamers are missing out, as it hasn’t appeared on Xbox, and it seems unlikely it will.

The Final Fantasy VII remake is a beautiful game with stunning graphics and an iconic soundtrack, so we can only hope that this iteration also makes it onto PC at the very least.

11. Final Fantasy XVI

Boss Battles Are The Best Part Of Final Fantasy XVI
Image Credit: Square Enix.

Final Fantasy XVI is a PlayStation 5 exclusive and was one of the best games released in 2023. Gamers on other platforms would love the opportunity to play it on their Xbox or even PC. With award-winning voice acting, intense gameplay, and a great story, it’s no wonder that fans would want to get stuck in with this game. 

However, being a PlayStation 5 exclusive, people will miss out, even if the game comes out for PC one day.

10. Marvel’s Spider-Man 2

Marvel's Spider-Man 2
Photo Credits: Insomniac Games, Sony Interactive Entertainment

While the first game made it to PC, there is no news whether the second game will also be on PC. Unfortunately, these games aren’t on Xbox or Nintendo Switch, meaning players are left between getting a gaming PC or getting a PlayStation 5 if they have the room and money.

9. Pacific Drive

Pacific Drive ominous parking
Image Credit: Ironwood Studios.

Pacific Drive is a story-rich survival game with a hint of horror. It’s got some great exploration and dated vibes. If you’re looking for a game with a rich atmosphere and a comfortable driving experience. It’s also a great game if you’re looking to build up your car, collect resources, and be on edge throughout the experience with the horror elements.

Unfortunately, it is only available on PlayStation 5 and PC at the moment. Hopefully, we can see it come to other platforms.

8. Stellar Blade

Stellar Blade touching a lantern
Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Stellar Blade is an exciting action-adventure game made for PS5, and some people have also called it a bit soulslike with the combat elements of the game.

However, because Stellar Blade utilizes the haptic feedback from the Dualsense controller, it is unlikely to come to other platforms.

7. Ghost of Tsushima

Ghost of Tsushima cover art
Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Ghost of Tsushima is luckily coming to PC in May, but gamers have had to wait four years for that PC release. This game is excellent if you’re a historical game fan, as you control Jin Sakai to take back Tsushima Island during the first Mongol invasion in Japan.

Unfortunately, though, it looks unlikely that Ghost of Tsushima will come to Xbox.

6. Helldivers 2

Explosion in Helldivers 2
Image Credit: Sony Computer Entertainment.

Helldivers 2 has taken the world by storm and is available on PlayStation 5 and PC. It has united players in the quest for Democracy, taking down all sorts of mutants and monsters. It seems like the perfect game to be available on Xbox, but alas, it has not made its way to Xbox, and we’re unsure of whether it will or not.

This game is quite intensive, so getting this game to run on a PC can be difficult if you don’t have a beefy computer available.

5. Astro’s Playroom

Astro's Playroom
Image Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment.

While Astro’s Playroom isn’t technically a game, it’s a great piece of software that comes pre-installed on the PlayStation 5 and takes you through some of the most iconic games in PlayStation history. It does make sense that it would only be available on PlayStation, but it would be nice for other people to experience it, too.

4. Returnal

Returnal, Selene hunched over
Image Credit: PlayStation PC LLC.

Returnal is a trippy third-person shooter roguelike and was very popular in 2021. Since then, it has made its way to PC, but there is no sign of the game coming to Xbox any time soon. When it appeared on PC, it seemed to have had some graphical issues and difficulty running. 

We can only hope that they plan on adding the game to other platforms to allow those who are Xbox users to play the game.

3. Horizon Call of the Mountain

Horizon Call of the Mountain
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Horizon Call of the Mountain is a PlayStation VR exclusive. However, why not allow those who have VR headsets of any kind to play the game? Playing this game with an Oculus or even a HTC Vive would be great.

It does seem unlikely that this Horizon game will come to PC or even Xbox, but gamers can dream.

2. Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart
Photo Credit: Insomniac Games

Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart was incredibly popular upon release, and it’s not hard to see why. Gamers were overjoyed with some great platforming, beautiful aesthetics, and the return of an iconic duo. However, when it was released on PC, it did have a bit of a rough start. It experienced frame drops, quality issues, and more.

Now that the game has had some more time to simmer, maybe we could see it be ported over to Xbox?

1. Bloodborne

Bloodborne hunter
Image Credit: Sony Computer Entertainment.

It’s a no-brainer that Bloodborne is the top game on this list. Soulsborne players worldwide have been eagerly awaiting the announcement of Bloodborne on PC at the very least, and the announcement has never come. Released for the PlayStation 4, the game hasn’t even received a remaster or a 60fps patch. 

There are so many high hopes for Bloodborne to be released on other platforms, but the further we get away from its initial release date, the more unlikely it is.

That concludes our list of PlayStation Exclusives we want to see on PC and Xbox. What game are you hoping to see on other platforms?

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Written by Amy Eastland

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