This year, Sony expects to make $300 million from PC games.

Sony is advising its investors to anticipate a significant increase in PC gaming revenue in the next year as Sony expects $300 million. Extremely large One slide in today’s business sector briefing for shareholders highlighted Sony’s net sales from PC games thus far, showing how titles like Horizon: Zero Dawn, Days Gone, and God of War brought in $80 million in the previous fiscal year (which ended on March 31, 2022).

However, the gaming behemoth expects even more in the future fiscal year. With net sales of PC expected to reach $300 million in the fantastic year ending March 31, 2023. That’s a significant leap, especially for a gaming hardware company. That has just recently begun to seriously consider entering the PC market. Furthermore, it is unclear where that chunk of change originates. The only Sony expects $300 million has revealed so far is Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection. Which has yet to receive a release date.

Then what is most likely going on is that Sony has big hopes for Bungie. The takeover of the Destiny 2 developer is planned to be completed by the end of the year. We don’t know how much money Bungie makes because it’s privately held. But analyst Michael Pachter estimates it’s roughly $200 million per year across all sources (including consoles, merchandise, and more).

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