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Ryse: Son of Rome unites PS4, PC desperation

It was rather obvious that some gamers would be persuaded to go for either the Xbox One or PS4 because of exclusive titles, and we already discussed in detail at how some gamers had gone with Microsoft’s next-gen console because of the addition of Ryse: Son of Rome.

This is one of the standout games for the Xbox One, and has put a few people off getting the PS4 because of it not being supported on that particular console. It is very clear that there is a need for Ryse: Son of Rome to make it to the PlayStation 4 and PC, and as such has united some gamers out of desperation.

There is currently an ongoing petition to bring Ryse: Son of Rome to the PS4 and PC and needed the support of 15,000 signatures. The current total is 12,399, leaving 2,601 signatures left.

PS4 and PC fans would love the opportunity to play Ryse: Son of Rome, but we have to be real here, Microsoft is going to keep this an exclusive title because it forces gamers to choose the Xbox One rather than a rival console.

We’ve already seen some people going for both consoles because they much prefer the PS4, but missing out on titles such as Ryse: Son of Rome was out of the question.

Going back to this Ryse: Son of Rome petition for a PS4 and PC release, it’s never going to force the publisher and developer to rethink their decision is it, which makes under wonder what the point is?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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