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Playstation Now Will Soon Let You Play PS4 Titles on your PC

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The PC Master Race Will Be Able to Stream PS4 Exclusives

For those who aren’t in the know, the folks over at Sony Playstation has started a subscription service to allow PS4 owners and those running on a Windows PC to stream games from their impressive Playstation 3 catalog via their service PS Now, which include titles such as: Red Dead Redemption and The Last of Us.

Currently, subscribers to the service can enjoy up to 438 games on PS Now, but all of that is about to change. A post on the Playstation Blog announced that the service is expanding their catalog even further and will soon include titles from the Playstation 4; meaning members of the PC master race who have been reluctant to pony up for a console may get to play Uncharted 4 very soon! According to the blog post, they’ll be testing out the games privately over the course of the next couple of weeks but haven’t given a concrete launch date for the new titles.

a lot cheaper than ponying up for a console and owning a physical or even a digital copy of the game itself, especially if you just want to try a game or two.

Uncharted 4 on the PC? Why not?

If you have a solid connection to stream the games, you can subscribe to the Playstation Now service. They charge $20 (Php 1006) per month, $40 (Php 2012) for 3 months, or $100 (Php 5003) for one whole year; still a lot cheaper than ponying up for a console and owning a physical or even a digital copy of the game itself, especially if you just want to try a game or two.

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Related: The Playstation 4 Gets Its Major Update Today, March 9

Jamie Inocian

A self-confessed geek. Jamie started out helping out on the Unbox Podcast and became the Digital Sales Manager when he joined the team full time. He has since then transitioned into one of our Senior Editors and Head Video Producer.

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