Earlier this month at CES, Sony announced their new game streaming service PlayStation Now, and it looks like Sony has already started to send out some beta invites for PlayStation Now.
A user over at NeoGAF posted a screenshot of the Sony PlayStation Now beta invite that they received, and people who sign up to the beta test will get ‘exclusive access’ to testing out PlayStation Now.
If you receive a beta invite for the PlayStation Now gaming service you will need a 4Mbps connection and a PS3, you can find out more details over at Sony on how to register for more details.
When the service goes live, PlayStation Now game streaming will be available on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Sony will also expand the service to the PlayStation Vita and their Bravia TVs, plus other devices in the future.
As yet we do not have any information on exactly when PlayStation Now will be available for everyone, as soon as we get some more information, we will let you guys know.Filed Under: Gaming News, Top News