PlayStation Now’s catalogue will expand in 2017, adding PS4 games to the fray.
Announced via the PlayStation Blog, the game streaming service will expand the catalogue to include PS4 titles, but it doesn’t say when. In the next few weeks, the expansion will go into testing with select PlayStation Now subscribers.
Unlike the upcoming Xbox Games Pass, PlayStation Now doesn’t require a download – it thrives off the cloud. The service currently hosts 483 PS3 titles and cloud saves for seamless play on PS4 and Windows 10 PCs.
PS4 and Windows 10 PCs will be the exclusive home to PlayStation Now after August 15, 2017. The PlayStation Blog announced in February that the service will be discontinued after that date on PS3, PSVita, PS TV, all Samsung TVs, all Sony blu-ray players, and all 2013 through 2015 Sony Bravia TVs. The 2016 Sony Bravia TV will have its PlayStation Now service discontinued on April 1, 2017.
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