PlayStation Now will face an expansion on both PlayStation 4 and PC.
Previously, we wrote about how PlayStation Now abandons multiple platforms, and now we know Sony’s reasoning behind their decision. On the PlayStation Blog, they announced that the service would begin streaming PlayStation 4 games shortly. With it, we can play PS4 games on our PCs, although not in a direct way. You’ll be fine with your existing PlayStation Now subscription, and in case you have an active one, you might receive an invitation to a private beta test in the next few weeks.
The PlayStation 4 games’ saves will be stored on cloud servers, so you can begin playing on your PS4 and then continue where you stopped on your PC later.
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Who on Earth would stream PS4 games if they can buy a physical copy that requires no streaming whatsoever?