May 26, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment
PlayStation Now, which will allow players to stream games to a variety of systems, has garnered a lot of attention. However, there’s still a good deal we don’t know about it, because players involved in the closed beta are bound by non-disclosure agreements. The beta started on the PS3 and recently spread to the PS4, but other than a few leaks related to load times, we’ve heard very little.
However, in a press release, Sony announced its intention “to start an open beta version of the PlayStation Now game streaming service this summer.”
This is the first we’ve heard of PlayStation Now getting an open beta, which would allow anyone with a PS3 or PS4 (or more systems, if it’s expanded further by then) to try it out and submit feedback. Would you be interested? With any luck, we’ll learn more at E3.Tags: beta, open beta, playstation now, ps4