PlayStation PC Launcher and “PSN Linking” likely on the way

Inside Gaming published this video item, entitled “PlayStation PC Launcher and “PSN Linking” likely on the way” – below is their description.

PlayStation has really been upping its PC game lately but now leaked files point toward Sony taking things to the next level with its own PlayStation PC launcher and PSN linking. All the details are in today’s video.

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