Well, it seems the rumor mill is churning out some good ones and PlayStation Now may be heading to PC & Mac.
If this rumor turns out to be true, you will soon be able to play all your favorite PlayStation Now games right on yourPC or Mac instead of buying a console you will just have to pay the monthly for the service.
The rumor arrives by way of Gamekult, which reports that Sony will make an announcement regarding PlayStation Now on August 23. Belgium, the Netherlands, and the U.K. will have access to the service first followed by the United States and Canada a week later. Right now, the launch window for Japan and France is unknown.
The service isn’t cheap: it costs a whopping $20 per month or $45 for three months. There’s an option to rent games too, costing $3 for four hours, $6 for seven days, $8 for 30 days, and $15 for 90 days. Right now, the service is still served up as an “open beta,” but that will likely change once it lands on the desktop.
For some of you with Smart TVs you may have already jumped on this but now the PC & Mac player can get their game on with the rest of us.
We should know more on September 7. That’s when Sony will be holding their PlayStation Meeting in New York City, also we will be finding out more on NEO at this event as well.
We will keep you up to date as more comes from this. Thank you for reading and keep doing it for the love of the game.