Speaking to Reuters, PlayStation Studios head Hermen Hulst said: “Further investments in areas that will strengthen the expansion on to PC, on to mobile and into live services, that’s definitely a possibility for us.”
The executive didn’t elaborate further on what these further investments could entail.
While PlayStation has had a foot in both the PC and mobile space for some time, neither has been given the focus that the main console business has.
PlayStation’s intentions in the mobile space became somewhat clearer when it appointed former Apple Arcade content boss Nicola Sebastiani to lead the company’s new mobile push last year.
A job advert spotted last April revealed that PlayStation was opening a new business unit to adapt its “most popular franchises” for mobile.
PlayStation’s push into the PC space has been gradual, but it appears that the console maker intends to increase the pace at which it releases some of its biggest games on the platform.
Earlier this year, VGC was also provided footage appearing to show Returnal running on PC.
The PC port of Returnal was included in the huge ‘leak’ of unannounced games on Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service.