Sony has only made us a number of serious intelligence about its game streaming service. Yesterday, Sony rolled out Play Station (PS) now a public beta version for PS4 users in the E3 conference. So now all the gamers in the US and Canada will be able to join the full public beta of PS. As a part of this open beta, PS4 users will see PS Now titles fully integrated in PlayStation stores, available at rental durations for streaming.This will definitely boost the video game console sales of Sony.
- Users of the PS Now service will be capable to enjoy the games on rental periods depending on the length and duration of the game, including four hours, seven days, 30 days and 90 days. Prices will also vary based on the game title, with some available to rent for prices as low as $1.99.
- Over 100 games will be available in the plaster, all for rent at prices between $2.99 and $19.99 depending upon the type and length of the game. It seems that minimum price at the launch is $3, but it’s sure that few of the selected titles will drop to $2 in a few weeks.
- Associated with high speed internet connection PlayStation now users will be able to relish a number of PlayStation (PS3) games through the service, with support for trophies, friend lists and Leaderboards.
- In addition, owners of the PS4 using the PS Now service will be able to play online to play with other PS Now users or PlayStation 3 owners can download various versions of the games available on PS Now.Sony also declared that PS Now will also be coming to certain Sony TVs, with games playable as long as the user has a Dualshock 3 controller.