Sony rolls out invites for PlayStation Now Beta
Following its announcement in CES 2014 about launching PlayStation Now in the near future, Sony has started rolling out invites for its Beta version to PlayStation users.
Reports started surfacing about the invites when users on various social forums started posting the images of their invites. However, it is still unclear how many of these invites are sent out to the users. The initial report suggests that the chosen participants require a PS3 and a broadband connection with a speed of 5Mbps.
PlayStation Now offers the first ever streaming service on consoles powered by Gaikai. Sony has plans to roll out the services for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 which will be followed by PlayStation Vita, Bravia TV and other Sony and non-Sony devices. Earlier this month, Sony had launched a website allowing its users to register to receive exclusive information on PlayStation Now.
This service will give gamers instant access to PlayStation games which they loved from previous generations. The move will give a chance to gamers to enjoy earlier PlayStation games on their current consoles.