PlayStation Is Now Available on Windows PC

Just last week, Sony announced that its PlayStation Now game streaming service will be rolling out to Windows PCs this fall. It turns out it used to be because you can download it for Windows right now.

PlayStation Now lets you stream a huge library of PlayStation 3 games , marking the first time many Windows users will be able to play games like The Last of Us , God of War, and Ni No Kuni . These games are simply streamed from the server, so you won’t be able to update the visuals or adjust the settings in any way. To use the service, you will still need a Dualshock 4 controller, and if you want to use it wirelessly, you will need a dedicated dongle that will not be available until September 6th . Otherwise, the system requirements are as follows:

  • Windows 7, 8, 10
  • Intel Core i3 @ 3.5 GHz / AMD A10 @ 3.8 GHz or higher
  • 300 MB hard disk space
  • 2 GB of RAM
  • Internet connection with a speed of 5 Mbps

If you’re not sure if the service really matters to you, or if you just want to learn a bunch of classic games as quickly as possible without paying a dime, you can take advantage of the 7-day free trial to find out if this is what you’re interested in.

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