A service by Sony that allows you to share gaming content on mobile devices and TVs
Sony and Microsoft have been head on in competing for their respective gaming consoles and no matter where they stand one is always looking for ways to be ahead of the other. Sony has taken on a new project which might seem to be very interesting for PS gamers. Here we are talking about the Gaikai-based video game streaming service which is known as the PlayStation Now and we get quite a hint from the name itself. This new service will allow the users to transfer the PS gaming contents to their mobile devices and even televisions. The service was first announced at the CES 2014 event as part of the Sony press conference and will be coming out this summer.
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The service has only been ‘announced’ and is still far from its release which means it is going through its developmental stage at the moment. A few people in the US were invited by the developer for the beta testing which kept under a strict Non Disclosure Agreement. Despite the NDA, some gamers rolled out a few leaks regarding the list of games which were given to participants in the beta testing and how all the participants evaluated. The PlayStation Now has already received a lot of criticism and though it is still far from its release, it has given people a lot to talk about through the leaks and rumors.
Upon release, gamers will have to get a membership of the service which will cost them $49.99 per year. But nothing has been confirmed as yet since Sony hasnt made any annoucements regarding titles and prices.
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