Sony’s new “Playstation Now” service, will soon bring their games catalog out to online gamers on the go.
Giant Sony has smoking success for the time being, and is of course with at CES in Las Vegas, to showcase their latest innovations to the market.
In addition to their “stationary” machines, they have also, of course, their handheld consoles, which, despite both smartphones and tablets, still sells extremely satisfactory.
Sony would, however, like to have share in the games market on other platforms, and have presented their “Playstation Now” service, which must bring their game-catalog out to other devices. It writes our site.
Sony’s “Playstation Now” will support PS3, PS4, PS Vita, and some Bravia televisions, but Sony has also announced that compatibility will be coming to smartphones and tablets with the passage of time. It is evidenced, among other things, by their our site.
As evidenced by the video, American CNET has tested the service and got an in-depth talk with Sony’s marketing responsible for “Playstation Now”.
The service will be launched as a closed beta at the end of January, but Sony hopes to be ready with a public launch of the “Playstation Now” for the summer. There are also put up to, to be able to access the service as a “Netflix-like” subscription, and, of course, by paying per game.
About smartphone compatibility will be reserved for the company’s Xperia devices, however, no things on the case report.