Today’s keynote address from Sony was a major one for the future of gaming, as Sony officially unveiling their plans for a streaming game service known as PlayStation Now. However, the giant news was that this service would not be only for PlayStation 4, but also PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Sony Bravia TVs, and even other Sony and non-Sony products.
This is megaton news as PlayStation Now will allow you to stream games from any of the available platforms as soon as they launch. The service is detailed as allowing:
-Play video games instantly across multiple devices, similar to the way you might stream TV, movies, and music.
-Stream full games to all of your compatible PlayStation devices including PS4, PS3, and PlayStation Vita as well as non-PlayStation devices, beginning with 2014 BRAVIA TV models and expanding to numerous other Internet-connected devices.
-Always play the most updated version of your game. With games hosted in the cloud, you can take your game with you – just log in with your Sony Entertainment Network account on a compatible device and your games and saved progress will be easily available.
PlayStation Now will allow you to rent individual games for streaming or subscribe to the service and be able to stream a wide range of games in the PlayStation Now library.