PlayStation Now PS4 private beta starts today, service still on track for summer launchWritten by: / / 2 Comments
Sony has announced that it will be extending its PlayStation Now private beta to PS4 from today, May 20th. The closed beta has been running on PS3 for a few months now, with new beta invites being sent out to US PlayStation Network account holders on a regular basis. The platform holder also revealed that the PS3 private beta program will expand to a “broader audience” in the “near future”.
The PlayStation Now streaming service should feel a lot snappier on PS4 thanks to the console’s higher RAM and faster CPU compared to the PS3.
Sony says that current PS3 beta testers will receive a code via email allowing them to participate in the PS4 private beta although this process could take a week or so.
According to the official PlayStation Now website where you can register for the private beta, the service is still on track to launch this summer in the US on PS4 and PS3, and sometime later this year on Bravia TVs and PS Vita.
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Source: PlayStation Blog