Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Sony's PlayStation Now will bring PS4 games to your PC soon

Sony's PlayStation Now is a Netflix like streaming service, that lets you stream hundreds of PS3 games to PS4 and Windows PC. Now Sony is expanding it PlayStation Now streaming service to include the current-gen PS4 games. The PS4 games will be added to PlayStation Now, and gamers will be able to stream and play PS4 games on Windows PC. 

The new PS4 games will be included in a single PS Now subscription, which Sony will detail at a later date. In the meantime, Sony will kick off a private test with PS4 games on PS Now in the next few weeks. Those who are active PS Now subscriber will get a chance to test PS4 games ahead of the release.

However, Sony did not reveal when the new gaming titles will be added to the catalog, or which gaming title will be available for playing.

Sony recently ended support for PS Now service on the PS3, PS Vita, PlayStation TV and all supported smart TVs and Blu-ray players to focus on developing the service for PS4 and PC platforms.

The news comes after Microsoft recently announced its own monthly games subscription, the Xbox Games Pass for the Xbox One. Like PS Now, Xbox Game Pass includes a library of Xbox One and Xbox 360 games to subscribers, but at $9.99 (vs. 19.99 for PS Now). However, unlike PS Now, Microsoft's service allows gamers to download games as well in addition to streaming them. 

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