The British branch of the resource Kotaku talked with representatives of the gaming industry about rumors about the possibility of downloading games from the streaming service of PS Now games. As a result, journalists were able to confirm the development of this function.
Interlocutors of the resource reported that in late September this year, users of PS4 consoles will be able to download games from the PS Now service for offline playback. In this case, the games will work in the same way as the free projects offered in the PS Plus subscription.
Access to the games is only open during the subscription of the PS Now subscription and extends to any console connected to the subscription account. In addition, access to games is open to other accounts installed on the same console.
Service PlayStation Now offers streaming video games for PS2, PS3 and PS4 on consoles PS4 and PCs running Windows for $20 per month.
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