This week Sony will begin rolling out PlayStation Now to select users of the PlayStation 4. This service includes the ability to play select PS3 games – and now PS4 games – as well as movies, TV shows, and music to devices capable of working with PS Now.
The first supported devices able to work with PlayStation Now streaming services are the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and select 2014 Bravia TVs. In the future we’ll likely see additional televisions as well as mobile devices like smartphones and tablets working with PlayStation Now.
If you’re not part of the PlayStation Now beta, you can head over to the PlayStation Now Community for more information. There you can register your interest for the Beta release and potentially get onboard as early as tomorrow. This service will launch for the PlayStation 4 starting tomorrow – if you’ve signed up previously, you won’t necessarily get a code to start tomorrow, but you likely will sooner than later.
This streaming service allows you to access your favorite PlayStation Network content with streaming services. This means you’ll be using your internet connection to access, and won’t have to download or pre-load content as you normally would. This service is in Beta because it is not ready for the general public, so expect a slightly less-than-optimal experience from the start – and let us know how you’re doing!
VIA: PlayStation Blog