See How The Last Of Us Looks Being Streamed On The VITA And HDTV Using PlayStation Now

PlayStation Now was announced at Sony’s CES 2014 Keynote. It is a subscription based streaming service for the PlayStation eco-system that allows us to stream PS1, PS2 and PS3 titles on our devices. Check out how The Last Of Us looks being streamed on a HDTV and the VITA using PlayStation Now.

While we haven’t seen it in action yet, we can check out a glimpse of how it looks in the screens below courtesy of twitter user Crazy_S.

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PlayStation Now is a subscription based service, that is going to launch in North America this summer. It will be available for the PlayStation 4 first and will gradually roll out to VITA and Bravia TVs sometime later. A beta is going to launch in North America in January. There is currently no info available about the launch of this service in Europe. We can either opt for a subscription based service or pay a specific fee per title. Currently, four game are being offered for this service, which include The Last Of Us, Beyond Two Souls, Puppeteer and God of War: Ascension.

What do you think of PlayStation Now? Are you excited about it? Let us know in the comments below.

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Khurram Imtiaz

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