June 17, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment
At last, we’ll finally get a better look at PlayStation Now. The game streaming service, which is set to deliver streamed games for you to play on your PS4, PS3, PS Vita, and select TVs, has gotten many fans’ attention with the promise that you can play quality games you don’t own, either on a rental or subscription basis. Of course, it’s also raised concerns about how good the quality will be when it relies on a steady Internet connection.
We haven’t gotten to hear too much about PlayStation Now, as the lucky players who have been testing it in a closed beta for both the PS3 and PS4 have been bound by non-disclosure agreements. Other than the occasional leak, we’ve been in the dark.
But soon it will be in open beta (which means you can try it out without an invitation). Near the end of May, we heard some things that suggested an open beta for PS Now was on its way, and it was confirmed at E3. On July 31, PS4 owners will be able to try out PlayStation Now.
Are you going to try it? What are you looking forward to the most? Be sure to share your thoughts both now and when the beta begins.Tags: beta, playstation now, ps now, ps4