Sony released a major update to online video game subscription service on Monday, allowing players to stream their favourite PlayStation 4 games.
The PlayStation Now service will soon allow players to stream PlayStation 4 video games, as opposed to previously only allowing for streaming games of PlayStation 3 and older gaming consoles, reported ARY News.
The programme currently allowing streaming of around five hundred games on PS3 and computers and has now decided to expand the catalogue to PS4 games.
Without mentioning the date, Sony said the update was likely in the next few weeks.
The company will also invite some PS Now subscribers to experience the update in a private test. Gamers who are active PS Now subscribers are likely to receive an invitation.
PS Now is a subscription service that offers access to a large and expanding library of games. It utilises cloud streaming technology allowing subscribers to access the entire catalogue of games, and start playing quickly without the need to wait for downloads.
Also, the new update will allow PS Now subscribers to play PS4 games on their computers and devices.
PS Now uses cloud saves which allow users start a game on PS4 and continue playing on another PS4 or even a Windows PC.