(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – At the Consumer Electronics Show, Sony revealed its new Internet streaming service that’s said to revolutionize the gaming industry.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Sony’s PlayStation Now will keep a “catalogue” of games which will allow users to play on any device.
With the new service, PS3 games will be streamed via internet to the latest consoles such as the PS4 and PS Vita.
Sony Computer Entertianment Chief Executive, Andrew House, stated during a presentation at the CES that the ultimate goal for the streaming system is to allow users to “play where ever they want, when ever they want.”
Four titles will be available with its launch, Beyond: Two Souls, Gods of War: Ascension, The Last of Us, and Puppeteer.
House stated that eventually, PS Now will be streamed to internet-connected TVs, smartphones, and tablets.
PlayStation Now is set to be tested in late January around the U.S, with the service launching this summer.