PlayStation Now Set To Start Open Beta On July 31st

By   /   Jun 10, 2014

Sony has announced that PlayStation Now will finally be making it’s way to PlayStation 4 consoles as open beta on July 31st in US and Canada. PlayStation 3 and PS Vita versions will soon follow.

PlayStation Now is a service quite similar to OnLive which allows players to stream games they don’t own in a playable form via Internet.

Sony had launched a Private/Closed Beta for PS Now on May 20th for both PS4 and PS3 after their acquisition of Gaikai back in 2012.

Along with the consoles, Sony will also be offering PS Now on select Sony TVs.

PS Now will allow players to experience more than 100 games including Dead Space 3, Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes, God of War: Ascension and Ultra Street Fighter IV on PS4.

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