PlayStation Now may have dropped support from PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and Sony TV’s recently, but the streaming game service is set to expand its library with the addition of PlayStation 4 games.
Announced on the PlayStation Blog, PS4 games will join the already robust library of PS3 games available on the service, currently totaling 483. No timetable or first wave of PS4 games were revealed, but a private test will be occurring in a few weeks for PS4 games on the service. It’s possible active PS Now subscribers may receive an invitation for the test via e-mail.
I think this is good news, especially for PC owners who want to check out PS4 games but haven’t had the chance. I imagine it will be older titles like Killzone Shadow Fall and Knack that will arrive first.
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