May 14, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment
We haven’t heard much about PlayStation Now lately. Sony’s streaming service is currently in beta testing, and since users are bound by non-disclosure agreements, it’s only through rare leaks that we get any information. The last thing we heard was that the load times for games are steadily improving. So far, the beta is only available on the PS3, but since the service is planned for other consoles, that should change eventually… and it could be soon.
Several PS3 games have appeared on the PS4 store: Dead Island Riptide, Ben 10 Omniverse, and MX vs ATV Alive were discovered by GameInformer, and Reddit users found The Last of Us, Far Cry 3, GTA V, Dead Space 3, Payday 2, and Diablo 3. All are listed as “free,” and none of them can actually be downloaded.
This could just be a random mistake, or it could be a mistake due to preparations for the PS4 to enter the PlayStation Now beta and allow players to stream certain PS3 games. What do you think it is?Tags: beta, ps now, ps4, rumor