PlayStation Now has not really worked. In fact, it has not even surpassed a million subscribers. Everyone, however, insists that the services of the future belong, and Sony too. In a recent interview with the Financial Times, PlayStation boss Jim Ryan confirmed that PlayStation Now will be a big part of PlayStation's future for the PS5 and beyond this year.
"We have seen the trend evident in other forms of entertainment for the mass adoption of streaming as a means of accessing content," said Ryan. "It seems very likely that games will follow this trend."
Ryan went on to say that Sony is increasingly confident in the service it provides with PlayStation Now.
"We are becoming more confident with the [PlayStation Now] service and we're going to put a lot of pressure on this year and years to come," Ryan said.
Sony has not been so strong on PlayStation Now since it launched five years ago It's all a bit of an afterthought, but perhaps that's changing now as the industry tended to do so, and one way to make PlayStation Now more attractive is to add it to PS3 games And if you lock these games behind the service, people will get angry, but people will sign up to play this catalog, and another thing that does not exist is new games If it wants to keep up with Xbox Game Pass, it should offer new PS4 and PS5 first-party games on the day of launch, otherwise it will eventually only offer you an existing backlog.
Of course, there is a gu There is a chance that this is nothing more than lip service. Again, Sony PlayStation Now has not even progressed moderately. Could that change if PS5 is in circulation? Maybe, but Sony did not suggest it.
PlayStation Now currently costs $ 1
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