Posted on May 20, 2014 AT 01:42am
PlayStation Now, Sony’s upcoming Gaikai-powered game streaming service, has been in beta on PlayStation 3 since January, but starting today, May 20, it will expand to PlayStation 4.
Sony has told people who have registered for the beta to “keep an eye on your mailbox for a voucher code.” PlayStation Now allows users to stream PlayStation 3 games to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Vita, and select Sony Bravia televisions, with plans to add more devices in the future.
“The Private Beta program has been going great so far, and we want to give thanks to the testers that have participated – your valuable feedback is helping us make the service even better,” Peter Jamshidi, Director of Marketing for PlayStation Now, wrote on the PlayStation Blog. ”Thus far, Private Beta testers have logged more than 50,000 gameplay hours discovering new games, rediscovering favorites and racking up Trophies!”
Sony also announced that the current PlayStation 3 beta would be expanded to a broader audience in the near future.
PlayStation Now is set to launch summer 2014 in North America and late 2014/early 2015 in Europe. You can register for the beta here.
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