We all know that Sony’s latest PlayStation 4 console is strictly not backwards-compatible, but that doesn’t mean users are not able to enjoy PlayStation 3 games on the latest console. Now everyone can have access to tons of last-gen games on the PlayStation 4 console as Sony’s most praised Gaikai-based video game streaming service, PlayStation Now, has now entered into its open beta phase on the PlayStation 4, offering instant access to a total of 123 PlayStation 3 games. Check out the names of all these included games in the list provided below and follow the walkthrough video to access PlayStation Now instantly.
PlayStation Now Enters Open Beta on PlayStation 4 with a Total of 123 Games – Walkthrough Video Explains How to Access it
The Wait is finally over, as of July 31st, the open beta for Sony’s PlayStation Now, the most anticipated Gaikai-based video game streaming service which provides access to PlayStation content on PlayStation consoles and Sony TVs, has gone live for all the PlayStation 4 users based in the US and Canada only, though the service will soon be made available in other regions too. The announcement was made on the official PlayStation Blog.
PlayStation Now has been in closed beta since January 2014, but now it has entered the open beta, allowing all users of the latest console to access games that were released on Sony’s last-gen console. According to the Japanese platform holder, the service will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 console for now, but it will soon be coming to other PlayStation platforms as well such as PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV.