Playstation Now Moves Into Open Beta From Today

by on July 15, 2015

With Microsoft flaunting backwards compatibility like a new set of fancy trainers, it’s time for Sony to give it’s userbase the chance to see how Playstation Now will work in practical terms.
PS Now will be able to work through PS4 and PS3 as expected, but users can also access the service through certain Bravia Televisions and Sony Bluray Players.
During the Beta, players will be able to rent games without the need for the subscription, which is good news for those wishing to jump in and try without commitment.
Games will be offered from £2.99 up to £7.99 from 48 hours up to 30 days and the list so far includes the likes of
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves,The Last of Us, God of War: Ascension, Bioshock Infinite, Final Fantasy XIII, Ultra Street Fighter IV and Mirror’s Edge.
It will give a real chance to see how the servers hold up to the strain of multiple users and should also give some feedback on what price points and rental times are most attractive.
Exciting Times ahead? We shall see, but keep an eye out for our opinion on PS Now in the near future.