Sony is finally bringing PS4 games to its popular streaming service PlayStation Now. Using this service, which currently allows you to play over 400 PS3 games on your PS4 and PC, you’ll soon be able to play PS4 games on your PC as well.
This means games like Uncharted 4, Killzone: Shadow Fall and Horizon: Zero Dawn may soon be playable on a PC via Sony’s streaming service.
Sony confirmed both PS3 and PS4 games would be covered under a single PlayStation Now subscription, that currently costs $20. However, it didn’t say which PS4 games it’ll be bringing to PlayStation Now.
It did reveal that it’ll be running a ‘beta test” in the next few weeks that’ll include some yet to be announced PlayStation 4 games.
Microsoft had recently announced the Xbox Game Pass, and this might be a move to steal some of its thunder on Sony’s part.