PlayStation now game Streaming service launched on PC

Sony logoSony announced just last week that it’s going to release the PlayStation Now game streaming service for PC which will enable PC gamers to start playing games initially released for PlayStation consoles on their computers. Sony isn’t in the mood to keep us all waiting because it just announced that PlayStation Now has been released today for PC gamers in North America.

PlayStation Now is a subscription service that provides access to more than 400 PlayStation 3 games on both PlayStation 4 and now PC. If you already subscribe to the service on PS3 you don’t need to pay extra to play those games on PC. It’s all covered under one subscription.

Sony adds new games to the PlayStation Network library every month so there’s always something new and interesting to play. It includes 50 Greatest Hits – some of the best titles released for PS3 – they include Tomb Raider, Mafia 2, and Borderlands: Ultimate Edition.

PlayStation now game Streaming service launched on PC

The company has also confirmed today that Castlevania is going to be added to PlayStation Now in the near future as part of its second annual Shocktober celebration. It really wants you to know that you get a lot of value for money with a PSN subscription.

The PlayStation Now PC app is now available for download from Sony is going to release a $25 dongle next month which is going to bring full DualShock 4 controller support to both PC and Mac.

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: computer games, PlayStation 3, Sony

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