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PlayStation Now Open Beta Begins Today!

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Good news PS4 fans, Playstation Now is on Open Beta!

You can now stream your favorite PS3 games directly from your PS4. From the store, you can select a wide variety of games and choose your rental options.

Check out this video that they have released.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCyAT9PBgEc&feature=youtu.be&sf3940902=1

The beauty of PlayStation Now is that you can stream games without downloading it. You can also save your progress on their cloud storage and leave it there. When you want to play it again, just select the game and your saved files will automatically load where you left it.

It also saves you the hassle of going to the stores yourselves. PlayStation Now offers new games directly to your device. Once a?game is launched, the game will be listed as one of the many games already available on PlayStation Now.

PlayStation Now is also compatible with several PlayStation devices. Boasting an expanding lineup of compatible devices starting from PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Bravia TV, and PlayStation TV, you will be able to play your favorite PS3 games anywhere you like.

For those who wants to try and check out their beta, you can sign up here

The service is on beta, so you will be expecting some changes along the way. According to their official post:

?We are opening PS Now to all of our devoted fans to help us roll-out our game streaming platform.? We will be testing everything in the service including: content, pricing, rental durations, look and feel and stability testing the back end technology.?

For you to be able to run PlayStation Now, you will need the following:

– A steady broadband internet connection ranging between 5-12Mbps
– A Sony Entertainment Network Account
– A supported input device.

Most gamers think of it as Sony’s “Steam counterpart”. But it is still on beta, so I won’t judge. There are lots of games that you can choose in PS Now including The Last Of Us, Final Fantasy XIII, Metal Gear Solid 4, and more.

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