Sony’s cloud-based streaming service, PlayStation Now, is making its way to the PlayStation 4 after a couple of months of beta testing on the PlayStation 3.
The company announced that the service, unveiled earlier this year, will make its debut on Sony’s next-gen console as a private beta to which Sony will be inviting registered users starting tomorrow, May 20.
Utilizing Gaikai’s cloud-based technology, PS Now allows users to stream games, movies, TV, shows, and music to compatible devices without the need for discs or downloads. The first devices to support the service in 2014 will include PS4, PS3, PlayStation Vita, select Bravia TVs. More compatible devices are coming “down the road,” says Sony.
In today’s announcement, the company also explained that the beta program on the PS3 will “expand to a broader audience in the near future.” Thus far, users have already logged more than 50,000 gameplay hours.
Sony intends to officially launch PS Now later this Summer. If you’re eager to express your interest in participating in the private beta program, you can visit the official sign up page right here.