PC players finally get to experience PlayStation titles.
Sony has announced on the PlayStation Blog that PlayStation Now, it’s game-streaming service currently available for PS4, will be heading to PC soon. It will launch in parts of Europe first before heading to North America.
It was also revealed that the DualShock 4 USB Wireless Adapter would be heading to PC in early September for $24.99 thus allowing PC players to properly experience PlayStation titles like Uncharted and God of War. We would think that an Xbox One USB controller would work as well. Interestingly, the adapter will also support PS4 Remote Play for one’s PC or MC as well and if you want to ditch it to hook up your DualShock 4 with a USB cable, then there’s nothing stopping you.
While information on release dates for PlayStation Now is yet to be revealed, you will need Windows 7/8.1/10 to run it, an Intel i3 3.5 GHz or AMD A10 or faster, 300 MB or more VRAM along with 2 GB or more RAM and a minimum 5 MBps connection for getting the most of the service.
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