Sony’s PlayStation Now service is coming to PC as part of a new outreach to the platform.
Announced today on the official PlayStation blog, PlayStation Now is launching in Europe “soon” and will come to North America shortly after.
Of course, Now will have all 400 of its current game offerings available to subscribers on the PC platform. PlayStation Now will bring platform exclusives like Ratchet & Clank, Uncharted and The Last of Us to PC for the first time.
Although it isn’t said explicitly, it seems as though the only way to enjoy PlayStation Now on PC is using a DualShock 4 controller. Thankfully, PlayStation announced the new DualShock 4 USB Wireless Adaptor (retailing at $24.99) to make for easier use of the DualShock on PC.
Not too long ago, PlayStation’s competitor, Xbox, revealed there very own wireless adapter for PC gamers so they enjoy Windows 10 games using an Xbox One controller. Xbox has also announced that pretty much all Xbox exclusives going forward will also be coming to Windows 10.
While console gamers on both platforms might feel a little less incentive to stay on their respective platforms, it’s clear that right now is a very good time to be a PC gamer.
Source: PlayStation Blog