You Should Ignore All PC Game Listings You’re Seeing Appear on Amazon France Today

You Should Ignore All PC Game Listings You’re Seeing Appear on Amazon France Today

Persona 5, Days Gone, Bloodborne, Super Mario Odyssey, and The Last of Us Part II have all appeared for PC on Amazon France but the listings aren't legitimate.

Earlier today, we reported on a game listing for Days Gone on PC that popped up on Amazon’s French website. While at the time, this seemed like the only such listing of this kind, many other notable games have since been found on the retail giant’s website for PC. Now, multiple publishers are now saying that these listings are verifiably false.

In the case of Days Gone and other PS4-exclusives such as Bloodborne, Sony sent a message to IGN saying that these listings for PC aren’t legitimate. “The listings are not accurate,” a Sony representative said simply. “We have made no announcements to bring these games to PC.” The Last of Us Part II was another first-party title from Sony that also had been spotted on the site, too. Others such as Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Gran Turismo Sport were also on the retail site.

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Persona 5 Royal was yet another noteworthy title that appeared on Amazon France today for PC, as well. However, Sega has already shot this down arrival, too. “That listing is an error and we’re looking into having it taken down and how it happened,” the publisher told PC Gamer.

And if you didn’t think the listings were already pretty bizarre, well, Nintendo’s Super Mario Odyssey also appeared on Amazon France today as a slated PC release. While Nintendo hasn’t commented on this listing just yet, it’s pretty commonplace that you shouldn’t expect to see Mario’s latest Switch-exclusive adventure appear on PC. I mean, come on, this is Nintendo we’re talking about.

So yeah, all in all, this is just a general PSA to ignore Amazon France right now. While some of these listings seemed pretty fishy to begin with, the fact that so many publishers have already shot down their potential to appear on PC speaks volumes. Even if some of these titles were to come to PC in the future, their appearances on Amazon today are not a reason to get your hopes up.