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.
In a bit of unexpected, but perhaps inevitable news, Sony has announced they will be discontinuing PlayStation Now support for a number of devices going forward.
Today, via the PlayStation Blog Sony revealed that PlayStation Now is coming to Windows PC. Additionally, it also revealed a new device: a DualShock 4 USB Wireless Adaptor.
Sony has announced that PlayStation Now will launch on PlayStation 3 on May 12, 2015.
Sony has revealed the next five games being adding to the PlayStation Now library this month.
Sony has announced that PlayStation Now will have five new titles added to it this month!
Over at the PlayStation Blog, it was announced that a slew of new games would be coming to the PlayStation Now subscription service starting today.
In the very near future, there will be a subscription plan option for Sony’s PlayStation Now service.
PlayStation has announced on their official blog that they have partnered with EA to bring Mirror’s Edge, Mass Effect 2, Dead Space 3, NBA Jam On Fire Edition and Bejeweled 3 to PlayStation Now on December 2nd.
Sony’s game streaming service is beginning to come into its own according to information from Director of Marketing, Peter Jamshidi. Jamshidi’s insightful information, which includes news of a new subscription plan, and plans for PlayStation and PlayStation 2 games, comes by way of comments by the director in a recent Playstation Blog post.