PlayStation Now will Support PS4 Exclusive Titles
It looks like the gaming community is divided in two sides, PC gamers and console gamers. Well, Sony has the perfect solution to end this war. Sony recently announced that its streaming platform PlayStation Now will include PS4 games in the future. This means that PC gamers will finally be able to get their hands on AAA games such as Uncharted 4.
PlayStation Now will Support PS4 Games
This news was confirmed by Sony in a blog post. Even though Sony didn’t go into much detail, it was just enough to let us know that PlayStation Now will support PS4 games in the upcoming future. We think it’s safe to say that PC owners are highly enthusiastic to finally get a chance to play The Last of Us Remastered or Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.
PC gaming has many advantages such as using a keyboard and mouse which improve aiming but there’s a down side though. Unlike console games, PC game developers do not restrict their game’s system requirements. This means that PC owners always need to upgrade their system with the latest graphics processing units and chipsets so that they can run all of the latest games.
Truth be told, not everyone is able to afford upgrading their PC whenever AMD or NVIDIA launch a new graphics processing unit. This is where Sony’s PlayStation Now comes in. This is a streaming service that allows PC owners to get access to PlayStation exclusive titles. Even better, Sony will run the games and PC owners will only receive the video footage.
Microsoft Forced Sony to Announce PS4 Support
Sony didn’t seem to have any intention to let everyone know that PS Now will be able to support PS4 exclusive titles until Microsoft announced that it will release its own Xbox Game Pass streaming service. Microsoft’s service will charge $10 per month and it will give PC players access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games. Just like Sony’s PS Now, Microsoft will run the games on its own systems and players will only receive the video footage that they can control.