‘PlayStation Now’ Coming to PC, Wireless USB Adapter

Coming soon, you will be able to stream PlayStation exclusive games to your PC. Don’t get this confused with a real PC port, though!

It has been announced today that Sony will be releasing a new wireless adapter, allowing users to connect their controllers wirelessly to their PC. it seems they want in on the PC controller market, making it a rather unprecedented move by Sony. Microsoft’s Xbox 360 controller is the most used and supported controller for PC gaming, with the Valve Controller floating somewhere off at the side.

I’m unsure as to whether or not the PlayStation Now streaming service will require a PlayStation 4, or will be run through a piece of Sony’s software or website. Regardless, this is good news for those that have been wanting to play their PlayStation games on their computers.

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About Robert Calaceto

I am an IT Specialist with experience across multiple platforms and operating environments. My interests are in keeping up to date on new technologies and software and passionate about spreading this knowledge to others.