Sony has officially announced its new subscription programs, combining the offerings of PlayStation Plus and Now to offer a new three-tiered format. This new PlayStation Plus lands this June.
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According to a new report by Bloomberg, Sony is almost ready to unveil its own gaming subscription service to rival Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass offerings. An announcement may drop next week.
According to a new report from Bloomberg, Sony is working on combining the current PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now services into a new product similar to Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass service.
Sony has confirmed that it will finally start rolling out support for 1080p streaming on PlayStation Now this week. The capability will be gradually available in Europe, U.S., Canada, and Japan.
Are you a Sony fan? Do you own a PlayStation console? Are you struggling to choose between the PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now services? If yes, continue reading to find out what's right for you.
Sony has announced that it's slashing the price of its game streaming service PlayStation Now. The PlayStation 4 and PC subscription now comes in at half the price of what it was before.
With E3 2019 less than a month away, Sony and Microsoft have announced a partnership that seeks to use both companies' strengths in cloud, AI, and superconductors for game and content streaming.
Sony has announced that its game streaming service, PlayStation Now, is heading to seven more countries in Europe. The service gives users access to hundreds of titles for a fixed monthly fee.
With the world increasingly moving towards digital distribution, the idea of streaming games become more popular by the minute, with Google reportedly working on a service as well.
After a long and difficult road to profitability, Sony has finally returned to the black after it reported its latest financial results for the quarter ending June 30 thanks to its Imaging division.
Sony has officially announced that gamers on both PlayStation 4 and Windows will be able to play a range of PlayStation 4 games starting today through its PlayStation Now streaming service.
Sony has revealed that it will be expanding its PlayStation Now service to include PlayStation 4 games in the near future. The company likely hopes to rival Microsoft's recently launched Xbox Pass.
Sony has announced that starting August 15th 2017, it is discontinuing support for its PlayStation Now service on PlayStation 3, PlayStation VIta, PlayStation TV, Sony Bravia and Samsung TVs and more.
Sony has announced that their library of over 400 titles will become available to PC gamers through the PlayStation Now service, which is launching imminently in Europe, and soon after in the US.
Sony's PlayStation Now game streaming service is a cool addition to the PS4 but it's widely seen as too expensive. Luckily, the company is now offering a much more affordable 12-month subscription.
Microsoft is enabling Xbox One owners to play their older Xbox 360 games on its latest console, but Sony says it does not intend to offer similar backward compatibility on its PS4.
Sony has announced a subscription program for the PlayStation Now service in North America, providing unlimited access to more than 100 PlayStation 3 games, for $19.99 a month, or $44.99 for 3 months.
Sony's game streaming service will soon be available outside of the company's ecosystem with PlayStation Now landing on Samsung smart TVs next year. Users will be able to stream hundreds of PS3 games.
Games, on every platform, are getting bigger. With some games hitting a 50GB install on consoles, Sony is looking to push its PlayStation Now game streaming platform to its PS consoles.
Sony has announced that it will expand the private beta for its upcoming PlayStation Now game cloud streaming service to a few PlayStation 4 owners starting on Tuesday.
A new report claims that Sony will allow the PlayStation 4 console to run PS1 and PS2 games via local software emulation, while PS3 games will be accessed via the cloud-based PlayStation Now service.
Sony announced as part of its CES 2014 press conference its PlayStation 4 console has sold 4.2 million units since its launch, as of Dec. 28. It also announced its PlayStation Now cloud service.