Attention all PC gamers, we bring you great news from the world of Playstation. PS4 games are coming to Windows PC, and this will happen sooner that later. Through Playstation Now, Sony will soon be offering PS4 games on Windows PCs. Sony made the announcement last night through a blog post. Sony is already streaming PS3 games to PS4 and PC. The addition of PS4 games is set to grow the games database massively.
The PS4 development comes soon after Microsoft also announced that Xbox will now be offering Xbox One and Xbox 360 games to PC users for a monthly subscription fee of $10. The Xbox service (Xbox Game Pass) is slightly different from the Playstation now service though. The Playstation Now service is a cloud streaming service while Xbox Game Pass will allow users to download games and install them on their PCs.
Sony has not shed much light on when exactly the service will be officially launched. Sony, however, announced that a private pilot test will be launched in the next few weeks.
Some of the most popular games already available on the Playstation Now platform include:
- Red Dead Redemption
- Tekken Tag Tournament 2
- Mortal Kombat
- WWE 2K15
- The Last of Us
- Mafia II
- Injustice: Gods Among Us
- NBA 2K14
- Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution
- Batman Arkham Origins
Will the Playstation now service fly in Zimbabwe?
Unfortunately no. Data is way to expensive in Zimbabwe. Gamers will simply not be able to stream heavy games every now and then. Elsewhere yes the service will definitely work well. Until we have reliable and affordable internet locally then the Xbox Game Pass service will probably win on this one.