Sony announced PlayStation Now, live streaming service for Windows platform that allow PC users to enjoy PlayStation 3 exclusives such as The Last of Us, Uncharted and many other games by subscribing to the service. Windows users are able to experience over 300 PlayStation 3 on their systems via the PlayStation Now service. We remember that there are no PlayStation 4 games which made it to the list, however, some reports suggest that the Uncharted 4 will be going live on the PlayStation Now according to a picture of PS Now playing Uncharted 4 from Sony.

It appears that the company planned to add PS4 titles to the service later on, as a company like Sony can hardly make any false marketing type of mistakes. Check out the picture that led to the confusion over the internet below:


As we can see the display is running Uncharted 4: A Theif’s End which indicates that Sony might plan to add PlayStation 4 games later in the service or maybe just a marketing gimmick in order to advertise the PlayStation Now.

PS Now is available for Windows with monthly and annual plans to those who want to experience famous PlayStation exclusives. It is also available for free for a few days to those who want to try out the service. Currently, there are many famous games such as Killzone, God of War, Uncharted series, Batman series, Assassin’s Creed series, The Last of Us, Clank, Borderlands and many others, whereas the company announced that more will be added to the list every month. Stay tuned for more updates!

Via: Videogamer Italy

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