The world of games is supposed to prevail over any borders and limits even those that imagination can have. Despite this, they are still captive to certain platforms. However, Sony intends to change that. The company announced earlier this year that they are working on a cross-platform project. As of July 6, Sony kept its word and offered 20 PS4 games for Windows PCs.
Sony Introduced 20 PS4 Games for the Time Being for PCs
PlayStation Now subscribers will be able to enjoy some games on two platforms from now on. Some of the titles in the lineup are The Other Side of the Sky, Evolve, Super Mega Baseball, God of War 3 Remastered, Killzone Shadow Fall, Broken Age, and others.
Even though this is a bold move in the world of gaming, the available productions might be a little out of date. Despite this, such an event is still innovative enough for these times and the company promised to return with more goodies in the future.
Newcomers to PlayStation Now Will Enjoy a Price Deal for Their First Month of Subscription
Those who want to experience the thrills that PS4 games offer still need a PlayStation controller to connect to their PCs. First and foremost, enthusiasts need to install and sign up for PlayStation Now client app from the official website. PlayStation Network executive Eric Lempel claimed that the team needs more time to decide some final details for this new project.
“But we also haven’t set any firm criteria around when titles can come into the service.”
Nonetheless, Sony plans to introduce new titles with each content update every month. Subscription plans require $19.99 per month or $99.99 for a year. Those new to the service are eligible for a price deal of only $9.99 for the first month. Those who already have an account for PlayStation Now will receive the new titles automatically for no extra fees.
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