An exact launch date for PlayStation Now on Window PC and a release date for the DualShock 4 USB Wireless Adapter are yet to be officially announced but as always we will attempt to keep our readers in the know!
Accordingly, Playstation Now will be bringing exclusive games to Windows PC and Mac thru streaming. The service will launch first in parts of Europe, with a North American launch coming soon afterwards.
The PlayStation Plus subscription fees may be going up but that news is slightly offset with the fact that PC gamers get the good stuff by being able to play PlayStation 2, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 games through PlayStation Now.
With the PlayStation 4 Slim leak now conclusively being a thing, we are learning more and more about the new upcoming console that should be announced and released at Sony’s PlayStation Meeting in early September. The adaptor can also be used for PS4 Remote Play on PC and Mac, but it won’t be required to take advantage of the service. And Sony will text you a code only when you’re logging in on the company’s latest platforms: the web, a PlayStation 4, an Xperia device or the PlayStation App on mobile devices.
To have a lag-free, smooth gaming experience, PC users should have 3.5 GHz Intel Core i3 or 3.8 GHz AMD A10 CPU and GeForce GT 730 or Radeon R7 GPU. How many of you guys regularly use two-factor authentication for your accounts?
While the idea of PS One, PS2, and PSP games has always been floated, PlayStation Now is still restricted to just PS3 games.
With intentions to attract more casual users, Sony is anticipated to launch a low-cost “PlayStation 4” and high-end consoles next month, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Sony also recommends that users have access to a 5Mbps connection in order to smoothly run the service on either PC or PlayStation.
PlayStation Now on PC also comes with recommended specs for the machine, which will require Windows 7 or higher, 2GB of RAM or higher, and of course a USB port.