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Sony Reveals Streaming Service: PlayStation Now
At CES today, Sony finally unveiled their long-gestating streaming service: Playstation Now. The streaming client will be offered as a subscription-based service, while you will also be able to rent individual titles without a subscription.
Playstation Now promises to offer “classic” Playstation games across its library of previous consoles and will support trophies and online-multiplayer for its Playstation 3 titles. While the size and specific catalog of available games wasn’t confirmed, The Last of Us and Beyond: Two Souls were revealed to be available at the service’s launch.
After Sony spent $380 million purchasing the streaming service Gaikai in the summer of 2012, it became apparent that Playstation would be offering its own video game streaming service, similar to what Gaikai and OnLive had been offering prior. Sony confirmed last year that a streaming service would be coming to the PlayStation 4, but wouldn’t reveal any details about it until after the system’s launch.
The service begins closed-beta later this month, and will be launched fully on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita this summer.