PlayStation Now Adding PS4 Games in 2017

A couple weeks ago PlayStation Now dropped support on a couple devices including the PS3 and Vita. This move left a lot of people wondering about the future of the service, but now this week we have news that the library will expand to include PS4 games.

The streaming service has only featured PS3 games (483 in total) and now PS4 games are coming sometime this year. A private beta test will start soon and it sounds like active PS Now subscribers will be the first to get invites.

PlayStation Now is currently only available on PS4 and PC which means the PC community might soon be able to get their hands on some of those fantastic PS4 exclusives. We currently don’t know which PS4 games will be available though one can imagine some exclusives will be available to entice PC gamers to try the service.

Source: PlayStation Blog

Written by Michael Cwick

Michael Cwick

Just a nerd from the Windy City. I’m actually really bad at describing myself because I get all self-critical and self-conscious. Follow me on Twitter, @The1stMJC, to see my borderline insane rants on tv shows and other non important subjects. If I’m not tweeting I’m probably just watching Buffy or Firefly for the millionth time.

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