Tuesday, March 14, 2017

PS Now Update To Include PS4 Games

Yesterday Sony announced a major update to the PlayStation Now service line, that will allow gamers to finally access PS4 games. PS Now is a cloud-based gaming subscription service that allows users to pay a monthly fee and play PS3 games. It was released in 2015 and the library of content has been steadily growing; you can even play Resident Evil 6 and The Last of Us.

Opening up the gate to now allow for PS4 games provides a new level of access for games. A few months ago Sony integrated PS Now with Windows services; a user could start a game on the PS4 and take it to their PC. Having that level of freedom of play for a PS4 game would be a step forward for PS Now. Sony has not released a list of which games would be included, but some are speculating that some exclusive titles, such as Uncharted 4, could be named. Over the next few months, Sony will send invitations to current PS Now subscribers to test out the update in a closed beta. This could be a great opportunity for PS4 gamers who don't want to spend a lot of money on games, or want to try out titles before purchasing them. Nothing worse then dropping $60 on a new game only to find out that it's nothing like you wanted.


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