PlayStation Now, the game streaming service from Sony, has entered open beta in the UK.
The beta is available onand , as well as some Bravia TVs and Sony Blu-ray players. The catalogue of available titles is limited to PS3 games, and will including , , , and .
For the time being, users will only be able to rent individual games for either 48 hours or 30 days, while subscriptions will follow later this summer.
Sony is also looking to launch the streaming service on more devices, including bothand PlayStation TV, later this year.
PS Now allows you to play games without a disc or a download; instead, games are run on a central server and streamed to users via the PS Now app. Bear in mind Sony recommends a connection speed of at least 5mbps.
The serviceback in January, before earlier this year. Then, in June, the company announced that users in the US and Canada could .
The PS Now beta app is likely to be added to the PlayStation Store today as part of the weekly update.
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