Rumor: Sony PlayStation Now Gaming Service Could Come To PC
We hear all kinds of rumors over the Internet but then there are those that seem much more likely than others and this seems like one of them those rumors. Reports point towards the fact that Sony PlayStation Now gaming service could come to PC. I mean it kind of feels right to do so and you would expect this kind of move from the company.
What do we have in the competition against this Sony PlayStation Now gaming service rumor? The fact that Windows 10 will make cross-platform gaming possible and Microsoft has already announced that future titles made by the company will be available for free on the PC with Windows 10 if you have bought it once on the Xbox. This is what Microsoft is calling Play Anywhere.
We did hear rumors about Sony announcing something bit in August, so you never know. The Sony PlayStation Now gaming service rumor might be true after all. These reports have been coming out of France and according to what they have to say Sony PlayStation Now, gaming service will be announced for PC on 23rd August. For those of you who do not know the Sony PlayStation Now gaming service was first introduced back in 2014.
Sony PlayStation Now gaming service allows users to stream PS3 games to PS4 along with other devices like your TV, tablet etc. New addition to these devices would be PC if this rumor turns out to be true that is. If that is the case then I would not say that the gaming experience would be the same as of native PC games but if you are a casual gamer and want to play games with a keyboard and mouse then this could be the solution for you.
You can select games from the library and stream games from the cloud. What do you think about this rumor and how likely is it that it will come true?