Today Sony hosted an invite-only PlayStation event, where Colin Moriarty from IGN attended. Sony discussed some of their plans for the upcoming PlayStation Now service. Which is going to let you stream PlayStation titles on PS4,PS3,Vita as well as televisions, tablets and even smartphones.
Todd Liss over at Sony told IGN that the service will launch with “hundreds of titles”. PlayStation Now is still slated to launch this summer in North America.
Not a lot of information has been revealed about the service and costs. Other than that the renting of games may cost between $5 and $6. They have not said if there is going to be a limit on play-time or days of rental. The service may also become part of PlayStation Plus in the future. There are going to be first party titles like the “Last of Us” available for stream, but third-party games are also going to be available.
Are you looking forward to finally play some PS3 games on your shiny new PS4? Or maybe you’re worried that since the game is being streamed, you would have to have a pretty amazing internet connection to play without slowdown. I hope Sony can actually make this service a wonderful addition to Its company.
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