"PlayStation Now coming July 2014"
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PlayStation Now coming July 2014
Playstation Now, fueled by the power of the network, will provide our community with access to our massive gaming libraries, starting with Playstation three titles.
We have continued to tweak and refine PS Now, since its initial beta test.
And are proud to announce that the service will be available in the United States and Canada as an open beta on PS4 starting July 31st.
Shortly after that, PS now will become available on PS three and Playstation will be there as well.
We also, we also want our library of games to those who still don't own a Playstation device so later this year we're bring the Playstation Now experience to select Sony televisions.
If PS Now is available in your area, all you need to do is get a dual shock three and you're able to play our vast catalog of games.
Yeah that's pretty neat [NOISE].
During the open beta, Playstation gamers will have access to more than one hundred PS3 games from the industry's best publishers, our own worldwide studios, as well as the best of the Indie development community.
We'll use the open beta, continue to listen to your feedback and gather insights about your experience with the service.
We'll also work with our publishing partners to test the range of rental durations and prices.
We do look forward to hearing from everyone that participates in the beta as your voices will have a direct impact on the development of our service.
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