Destruction AllStars is a hotly-anticipated title, but only PS5 players can enjoy it, right? Well, with many talking about how this game is a PlayStation Plus title, and so comes at no extra cost for many PS5 owners, the matter of exclusivity hasn’t been widely discussed. Here’s the need-to-know about whether or not Destruction AllStars is coming to PC, either on Steam, the Epic Games, Store, Origin, Uplay, Battle.net, GOG, or the Xbox app.
Is Destruction AllStars coming to PC?
No, Destruction AllStars is not coming to PC.
At the time of writing, Destruction AllStars is only confirmed as coming to PS5. No timed-exclusivity or other deals have been detailed, so only PS5 players will be able to access the game.
Those looking for Destruction AllStars on Steam, the Epic Games Store, Origin, Uplay, Battle.net, GOG, or the Xbox app will be disappointed to learn that this isn’t a case of exclusivity for one of the PC gaming storefronts. Instead, it’s PS5 exclusivity meaning that it’s only on PlayStation 5. Not even PS4 users can play the game.
As we’ve seen in the past with other games that have initially launched on PlayStation hardware, eventually those games can make their way to PC, even when it seems unlikely. Games like Horizon Zero Dawn and Death Stranding were both timed-exclusives, though Sony never confirmed this during the PlayStation exclusivity period. This should give PC owners at least a bit of hope that Destruction AllStars may, one day, eventually come to a PC marketplace.
Those wondering if Destruction AllStars will be a free-to-play game will want to check out this article for the definitive answer.
Hunting for a new headset? Take a look at the GameRevolution review of the HyperX Cloud II Wireless.
In other multiplayer gaming news, the pesky “Stim Glitch” has made a return to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.