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PS Now is gearing up to light up your screens sooner than expected

PS Now is gearing up to light up your screens sooner than expected
The Siliconreview
12 January, 2022

Since making its debut in 2014, PS Now has made massive improvements to its service in terms of stream quality and games library

In the digital world we live in, cloud gaming has managed to grow immensely in the last few years. Even though there are certain limitations for the same, it has weighed in a lot of emphasis among gamers. Many companies have already made their mark in the cloud gaming segment, but now Sony makes its debut as the latest entrant with PlayStation Now. The latest offering from the gaming giant is all set to make some of the biggest fan-favorite games available to play without the need for a download. Cloud gaming is a great option for gamers who are sick of downloading and games taking up a huge amount of space in their HDD.

It is completely understandable how Sony might’ve slipped past you because the latest offering was in primitive form for a long time. Since making its debut in 2014, PS Now has made massive improvements to its service in terms of stream quality and games library. Like how players can gain access to various games via Xbox game pass, PS Now will also allow you to do the same under its subscription service. AAA games like God of War and Uncharted 4 are also available on PS Now.