PlayStation Now closed beta to be made available on Tuesday in the US, Sony has confirmed yesterday.
The game-streaming service was previously made available for PlayStation 3, and it’s scheduled to be released on various platforms, including the PS4, PS Vita and certain Sony Bravia TVs, later this year. The company also stated that it will send out multiple invites to the beta program soon enough. For users interested in the service, you can register right here,
Revealed during the CES in January 2014, PS Now is designed to stream PlayStation 3 games to various PlayStation systems, Bravia TVs, and supposedly, in the future other Sony and non-Sony devices. Multiple games from across several PlayStation platforms will soon follow.
Users can rent games for one, seven or 30 days using the PS Now service. The company also hinted at a subscription model, though at the time of writing, nothing has been revealed yet.
Sony will launch the service in North America this summer. Alas, it has been reported that Europe will not get the service until 2015’s first-quarter.
The first PS Now compatible television sets will be made available in June.