Starting this week, Sony will be rolling out 1080p support for its streaming game service, the famous PlayStation Now, which now appears to be on the rise. An arrival that climaxes for the Japanese glove.
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In particular, the rollout will take place over the next few weeks in Europe, the USA, Canada and Japan, where PlayStation Now is available. This emerges from the company’s statement in a tweet.
Recall that previously it was possible to play streaming for a subscription of $ 9.99 per month with a limit of 720p in terms of viewing, which is less than competing services like Stadia, where online games are 1080p and even 4K were the order of the day.
This week, 1080p streaming for compatible games is launched on PlayStation Now. The deployment will take place in France and around the world over the next few weeks. pic.twitter.com/cuChe9lBqX
– PlayStation France (@PlayStationFR) April 22, 2021
The next titles, which must be “1080p Compatible Games”, can therefore be played over time. It remains to be seen which one is more precise. After the next episode.
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