CES 2014: Playstation Now, Sony’s streaming game service announced

Sony has announced this week at CES that they’re all-new games streaming service is finally coming to light in the form of Playstation Now. This will allow classic Playstation games to be played across playstation hardware like the PS3, PS4 and PS Vita. Playstation Now will be a subscription based service and currently is being demoed with a handful of Playstation exclusives like The Last of Us and God of War Ascension.

The first will be on Sony devices and TV’s first with other tablets and gadgets coming later. Games can also be rented by game instead of subscription. Everything from online multiplayer and Trophy’s are also supported. A beta will be out this month and next with it to be released possibly in the summer. Stay tuned as we have more info as it comes in.


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