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5 Popular PC Games We Want on Xbox & PlayStation



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PC games on a console are a great idea. As there are several titles of different genres and gameplay types, players have dreamed of making the jump from PC to console. Among these are many other titles that we wish would come to PlayStation and Xbox, respectively. The demand for such a move is truly inspiring to see. So without further ado, here are our picks for  5 Popular PC Games We Want on Xbox & PlayStation.

5. Squad

Some can see Squad as a relative niche title. However, for players unfamiliar with the game developed by Offworld Industries, the game is a reasonably approachable milsim game. That military simulation game allows players to duke it out on absolutely massive battlefields. Players must use everything at their disposal and their wits to win these massive battles. One unique aspect of the game is the lack of a traditional progression system. This is because the gameplay within the game for those who enjoy it is purpose enough to play another round.

Instead, playing the game of Squad is your reward for playing. The game focuses heavily on communication and community. Players are dropped into one of two teams in squads of nine in order to work together to win the match. Communication is paramount in this title, making it fantastic for players who reminisce about the days when they would communicate while gaming. Simply stated, few games can give a player the awe-inspiring experience Squad provides in its moment-to-moment gameplay. So in closing, Squad should definitely be one of the games that should be ported over from PC to console.

4. World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft is an iconic franchise. That being said, it has been PC-exclusive for most of its lifetime. Players who play on consoles would also like to enjoy the world of Azaroth. It can be seen through titles such as Black Desert and Final Fantasy XIV that MMOs on consoles can world and be functional without sacrificing gameplay. Players could craft, adventure, and explore with their friends on consoles, which would be great for server populations in the game.

Players could choose from various classes and make their own adventures worldwide. It would be even better if there were some form of crossplay between consoles, which would widen the player pool. This would also be great for the game, considering the variety of experiences that World of Warcraft can offer players. This could be a great relationship because it would open the MMO world to many players. That wouldn't have had the chance to play it on a console? In closing, World of Warcraft on console is a fantastic idea and is one of the best examples of PC games being wanted on console.

3. My Time At Sandrock

My Time At Sandrock is a massively popular farming sim game that is in Early Access on PC. This title would be an excellent fit for the consoles because it would allow players to enjoy gameplay that is reminiscent of the Harvest Moon games. In addition, players would be able to help the people of Sandrock out and see just how far the developers, Pathea Games, have come. We can see that a My Time at game can work because of the success of my Time At Portia on consoles.

My Time At Sandrock sees players helping out villagers or adventuring through the mines and various other activities. Although, it would be fantastic to see just how well this game would do on a console. It can be seen that the controls could be easily adapted to fit a controller as well. So if players are fond of the farming sim style of gameplay, then My Time At Sandrock would be a great title to port to console. In closing, My Time At Sandrock is one of the PC games that would do fantastic if brought on console.

2. Coral Island

Coral Island is a game that can absolutely flourish on console. The game has a relatively simple aesthetic, meaning that it wouldn't be hard to run, the button layouts can be mapped well in order to make them ergonomic, and the gameplay is excellent enough to have players replaying it over and over. In addition, players would be able to farm, fish, and explore to their heart's content, which would be fantastic for players who want a more laid-back experience.

Coral Island allows players to tend to animals as well. This is great as it gives the player many avenues of enjoyment throughout the game. Players can form their own relationships with various NPCs in the game as well, which is always fun. Players could even romance characters in the game if they so choose. This gives players many different ways to play and would make it great for a variety of players. In closing, Coral Island is one of the PC games that should absolutely be available on console.

1. Phasmophobia

Phasmophobia is a game that allows players to hunt various types of supernatural creatures. PC players have been able to enjoy this game since its inception. However, tapping into the console gaming market would be a fantastic move for this indie title. Players would be able to make use of the fantastic audio in the game, as well as the microphone mechanics in the game, with ease due to the use of headsets.

Phasmophobia is a horror game that would fit right in with a number of other titles that have been ported over to console already.  This means that it would be less of a hassle to have it being adopted into the console gaming community. Teamwork is essential in the game, as one player cannot equip all items necessary to contend with the ghosts. This makes it a rather social game, which would work well for the controller as there aren't many complicated inputs to use. To close, Phasmophobia is a cooperative horror game that could fill the space of cooperative games that has cropped up lately. It would be great to see this ported over from PC to console, without a doubt.

So, what's your take on our picks for the 5 Popular PC Games We Want on Xbox & PlayStation? Let us know over on our socials here or down in the comments below.

Judson Holley is a writer that began his career as a ghostwriter. Returning to the mortal coil  to work among the living. With some of his favorite games being tactical FPS games such as Squad and the Arma series. Although this could not be further from the truth as he enjoys games with deep stories such as the Kingdom Hearts series as well as Jade Empire and The Knights of the Old Republic series. When not attending to his wife, Judson often tends to his cats. He also has a knack for music mainly composing for and playing piano.