Soon, you'll be able to play top-shelf PS3 games like The Last of Us on tablets and smartphones, thanks to Sony's newly-announced PlayStation Now streaming service.
Announced today at the company's CES keynote, PlayStation Now will let users access Sony's catalog of games on any device that connects to the service. PlayStation Now builds on the 2012 acquisition of the Gaikai game streaming service. Sony exec Andrew House told the CES audience that The Last of Us and Beyond: Two Souls would be among the first games on the service, which will also offer a subscription-based plan. A closed beta for PlayStation Now would be starting in January, with a planned roll-out happening this summer.