PlayStation Now, DualShock 4 Wireless Adapter For PC, Leaked By Sony- Rumor
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Looks like all major Sony announcements are being leaked ahead of the PlayStation Meeting scheduled for September- in the wake of the PS4 Slim and PlayStation handheld leaks, we are now seeing Sony’s own site leaking PlayStation Now, Sony’s streaming service that allows subscribers to play PS3 games over the internet, for PC.
This was actually something that had been rumored for a while now- but a leaked blog post on the European PlayStation Blog (via @Wario64 on Twitter) indicates that this will indeed be happening. It also appears as though Sony will have a solution for players to play these PlayStation 3 games in place- a listing on Amazon France suggests that a DualShock 4 wireless adaptor is coming for PC, indicating that official support for the controller on PC is coming at last.
If this is true, I can imagine a lot of PC players being pleased- more pleased at DualShock 4 support than PlayStation Now, which still has enough problems that need to be worked out. Still, on the whole, this is definitely good news.