May 20, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment
When a selection of PS3 games mysteriously appeared on the PS4 last week, we thought it might be a sign that the beta for PlayStation Now was on its way to another console. Well, if you have a PS4 and have been hoping to try out Sony’s game streaming service, we have good news.
Starting today, the beta program for PS Now has expanded to include the PlayStation 4. If you signed up to join the beta, you should check your email, because new invitations and vouchers have been sent out to both PS3 and PS4 players. And if you haven’t signed up yet, you still can.
PlayStation Now is an intriguing idea. Something about it suggests that it either won’t make an impact at all or will become the next great gaming innovation. And of course, it opens up the ever-present question of backwards compatibility…
What do you think lies in the future of PS Now?Tags: beta, playstation now, ps now, ps4