During Sony’s CES Keypoint address, Andrew House Sony President announced that they are creating a new service called PlayStation Now. This service will stream games from the original PlayStation, PS2 and PS3 to your PS4 as well as other Sony devices including your PS Vita, televisions, tablets, and smartphones. The service will start with a closed beta in the US at the end of January, with a full launch this summer.

The initial launch library is limited, but it will include Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us and Quantic Dream’s Beyond: Two Souls. However, this will be a premium service where users will be able to rent games individually or pay for a subscription to access the entire library.

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  • The Gentleman

    wtf :)