PlayStation Now streams PlayStation video games to PS4, Vita, PS3, tablets and smartphones
Sony has simply introduced PlayStation Now, a brand new service for PS4, Vita, PS3, tablets, smartphones and Bravia TVs based mostly on its acquisition of streaming outfit Gaikai. It represents a brand new subscription mannequin for PlayStation customers, and can kick off with a restricted beta on PS3 beginning later in January, with a wider US launch slated for this summer time. Video games might be rented by the title or subscription and can help PSN options like multiplayer, on-line, trophies and messages, even if you’re on the street. Throughout his CES 2014 keynote, Sony chief Kaz Hirai stated that it will “allow streaming throughout your smartphone, Vita, pill and PS4 wherever, each time,” even on the similar time. To allow that, PS Now’s tied to a model-new cloud service, additionally simply introduced. There are not any additional particulars for now, however Sony can be displaying off the tech right here at CES 2014, so keep tuned for extra particulars.