PlayStation Now to Add Help for Streaming 1080p Succesful Video games This Week

PlayStation Now customers will quickly be capable to stream sure video games at 1080p decision, Sony has introduced on Twitter. PlayStation Now’s Sony’s cloud streaming subscription service that permits PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC customers to play PS4, PS3, and PS2 video games. There are over 800 video games that may be streamed on the PS4 and PC whereas over 300 video games may be downloaded to the PS4. PlayStation Now’s solely accessible in a couple of areas and India shouldn’t be considered one of them.

Sony by means of its PlayStation account on Twitter introduced that PlayStation Now will begin to help streaming 1080p succesful video games from this week. The function can be accessible in Europe, the US, Canada, and Japan which is the place PlayStation Now’s accessible. The rollout will happen within the coming weeks to those areas.

Until now, PlayStation Now streaming has been capped at 720p however with the brand new function, video games that help 1080p may be streamed at that decision on PS5, PS4, and PC. Sony mentions “1080p succesful video games” which seemingly implies that solely video games that natively run at 1080p may be streamed utilizing PlayStation Now. It needs to be famous that lots of video games don’t run natively at 1080p and Sony has not shared an inventory of appropriate video games but.

PlayStation Now prices $9.99 (roughly Rs. 750) monthly or $24.99 (roughly Rs. 1,900) for 3 months. There’s additionally an annual plan that prices $59.99 (roughly Rs. 4,500). As talked about earlier, there are over 800 video games that may be streamed and over 300 that may be downloaded. Not all these video games will help 1080p streaming. The service shouldn’t be accessible in India but.

Sony additionally acknowledged that Borderlands three and Marvel’s Avengers, which the corporate lately added to PlayStation Now, can be accessible until September 29 and July 5 respectively.

Rivals like Google Stadia and Amazon Luna already enable for 1080p streaming and Stadia even delivers 4K streaming. Microsoft’s xCloud, nevertheless, can be capped at 720p streaming for now.


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