When PC games like Horizon Zero Dawn and Days Gone began to appear on PC, it sparked outrage among fans who were used to first-party PlayStation games only being available on console.
Many speculated that Sony would only port older PlayStation 4 games, but it was clear that if the PC versions were successful, that would never be the case, and so Returnal is the next in line.
Its presence on Steam has yet to be confirmed, but dataminers believe it is already there, under the codename Oregon.
Although the name Returnal is not used, the SteamDB entry includes references to Atropos and Tower of Sisyphus, both of which are game elements with memorable names.
Oregon also uses tags like'sci-fi,' 'rogue-like,' and 'bullet hell,' which perfectly describe the game.
It was also mentioned in last year's Nvidia mega leak, which has proven to be extremely accurate despite Nvidia's attempts to claim it was merely speculation.
Sackboy: A Big Adventure, a cross-gen PlayStation exclusive, is also on the list, which suggests it will be coming to PC soon.
Returnal, which was released last April, was only a minor commercial success but was hailed as the best game of the year by many, including us.
Only three first-party exclusives have been released for the PlayStation 5 so far: Returnal, Demon's Souls, and Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. There appears to be no reason why the other two won't follow suit, though Rift Apart would require an SSD to function.