‘PlayStation Now’ Adds PS4 Game Streaming

Microsoft Takes on Sony with New Netflix-Like Game Pass

A few weeks ago, Microsoft finally made the announcement of their game streaming service, Xbox Game Pass. The $9.99 monthly service is set to serve as a direct competitor to Sony’s PlayStation Now service, which was limited to just PS3, PC and Vue devices over the las year.

However, this week, Sony has announced that their pulling support from some platforms, to bring their subscription service to all PS4 consoles. With nearly a library of 400 PlayStation 3 games on the platform, private invites to active subscribers should arrive to emails in the coming days.

Look for expanded details in three months at e3, for the PS4 and Windows PC-based cloud streaming technology experience. Take a look at the latest addition of games to PSNow below.

The first wave of games hitting PS4 Now:

• Red Dead Redemption
• Tekken Tag Tournament 2
• Mortal Kombat
• WWE 2K15
• The Last of Us
• Mafia II
• Injustice: Gods Among Us
• NBA 2K14
• Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution
• Batman Arkham Origins

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