An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Horizon: Zero Dawn probably won’t be the last former PlayStation exclusive to make the jump to PC. In its 2020 corporate report published late last week, Sony says that it “will explore expanding our 1st party titles to the PC platform, in order to promote further growth in our profitability.” The “explore” wording there is a little bit couched, suggesting that Sony still hasn’t completely made up its mind on the specifics of further PC game publishing. And the report doesn’t go into detail on which games, if any, Sony considers ripe for porting. And even if Sony does continue publishing on PC, we shouldn’t necessarily expect major PlayStation titles to hit Steam on the same day as the coming PS5. In Horizon’s case, Sony waited a full 1,256 days between the game’s February, 2017 launch on PS4 and its PC launch earlier this month. All that said, explicitly mentioning the potential for PC ports in its annual report is the latest sign that Sony continues to slowly loosen its tight, walled-garden approach to game hardware and software. […] It all speaks to a company that’s more aware that “competition from online PC games and players from other industries is expected to continue to intensify,” as it says in its annual report. Even as Sony pushes hard for the exclusive “speed, haptics, and sound” improvements of the upcoming PlayStation 5 this year, it is hedging its bets somewhat with support for non-Sony hardware as well. Read more of this story at Slashdot.