PlayStation Now Is Getting PS4 Games

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You may be playing Uncharted 4 on your PC real soon. PlayStation Now, Sony’s streaming service for PC and PlayStation 4, will start supporting PS4 games in the near future, the publisher said today.

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Sony hasn’t yet said which PS4 games they’ll be adding to PlayStation Now—which costs $20/month and currently lets you stream a large selection of PS3 games—but they say they’ll be launching a beta test “in the next few weeks.”

It remains to be seen how this will stack up compared to Microsoft’s recently announced Xbox Game Pass, which is a downloadable subscription rather than a streaming one. Here’s hoping Sony adds PS1 and PS2 games soon, too.

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genejacket
Gene Jacket

“Here’s hoping Sony adds PS1 and PS2 games soon, too.”


Fuck. That.

I am not paying them a subscription fee to play the PS1 classics I already fucking own. There is no valid excuse for why the PS4 can’t play PS1/PS2 classics. I don’t ever expect PS3 emulation, but PS1 classics can be played on PSP, PS3, AND Vita...but not PS4...it’s rather infuriating.