Personally, I don't see those games you mentioned ever coming to pc.
Yes, of course, Sony needs to make money and offering pc versions does that.
But, they also have to keep some exclusives or the system loses some of its appeal.
I would bet money on these Sony exclusives never coming to pc;
The Last of Us (both games)
Bloodborne (yes, I know)
Ghost of Tsushima
There are others, but they are the ones that spring to mind.
By the way, I have no issue per se with those games coming to pc as I have one.
I just feel like they have to hold some of the big hitters back or it weakens the brand.
I was quite surprised God of War was released recently, as I felt sure that would stay a Sony exclusive.
Yes, it was nearly 4 years after its initial ps4 release - but still, many ps5 owners, and Sony fan boys, felt like they just gave a rival platform the definitive edition of a premium I.P...and at a reduced price when compared to its console release price.
Spider-Man 2 is the exclusive and guess what by putting Spider-Man 1 and maybe Miles Morales on PC and even Switch and maybe even Xbox, you're going to drive PS5 sales.
Give Spider-Man 2, two years of exclusivity on PS5. Year 3 put it on PC. And When PS6 comes out, put it on Xbox consoles.
You don't lose hardware sales and you maximize the potential sales in a significant way.
I wouldn't bet on any SIE game not going to PC at some point in the future. They bought Nixxes to speed up getting their games on PC. Only a matter of time until they buy Jetpack Interactive to double down on this.
Maybe they don't support Switch and probably not Xbox, but they're sitting on billions of dollars in revenue. MLB The Show would have made that tremendously clear to them.