Sony’s PlayStation Now has been introduced on PS Vita and PS TV, on its own portable and TV devices. It means that Sony is expanding the extent of its game streaming platform, starting August 4th , Sony announced on their official blog.
It should be mentioned that PS3 and PS4 require a 5 Mbs hardwire connection. Newcomers are invited to enjoy the experience with a 7-day access trial of their PS Now platform. After the trial ends, gamers are invited to extend their membership for a fee of $19.99 per month.
The Japanese multinational corporation giant also announced the lineup of games available on PS now, including God of War 3, known for its violence and bloodshed characteristics.
Sony activated PS Now for a range of its Smart TVs, encompassing both 2014 and 2015 models, and also for PlayStation 3 and PS 4. Samsung also made its contribution, as PS Now will be available for some of its Smart TV models, as well.
However, these devices are in their beta phase, but Sony hasn’t determined when the beta period will end. That is not a major disadvantage, as the flow of new games to be released is quite remarkable, Sony adding them to its PS Now most recent catalog.
In this match, the most well-known game to be accessible to the general public would be a remastered version of God of War 3, the famous action game. Deriving benefit from an elaborate plot and astonishing graphics, Kratos is placed at the center of carnage and destruction, seeking revenge against the Gods who had betrayed him. The single-player game, set in Ancient, brutal Greece, with a mythological spin-off, invites players to take on the role of the ex-Spartan warrior, in reaching his goal of destroying Olympus.
Other enticing games that populated the list include: Dynasty Warriors 8, Bomberman Ultra, The Last Guy etc.
It can be observed that Sony has placed a high bet on the game streaming trend, as an evolutionary twist of the gaming universe. PS Now will offer a convenient subscription package, which will allow gaming enthusiasts to enjoy a wide variety of games via the cloud.
It could be concluded that Sony’s PlayStation Now might become the Netflix of gaming.
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