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Sony announced that PlayStation Now is making the jump to Windows PC. The app launches overseas in parts of Europe soon and will come to North America shortly thereafter.

This will bring a wide selection of PlayStation exclusive titles to Windows PC for the first time, including entries in the Uncharted, God of War, and Ratchet & Clank franchises, as well as PS3 games like The Last of Us and Journey.

Sony is also introducing a new device, the DualShock 4 USB Wireless Adaptor, which launches in early September for a suggested retail price of $24.99 ($29.99 CAD). This adaptor will let you connect a DualShock 4 to PC and Mac wirelessly, and will enable every feature of the controller you know and love: buttons, analog sticks, touch pad, light bar, motion sensors, vibration, and stereo headset jack – as long as the gaming application supports these features.

The adaptor is a good match for playing PS Now on a computer, but you can also use it for PS4 Remote Play on PC and Mac. Of course, owning the USB Wireless Adaptor isn’t required, as you can connect a DualShock 4 using a USB cable.



Here are the recommended specs for running PS Now on your PC:

    Windows 7 (SP1), 8.1 or 10
    3.5 GHz Intel Core i3 or 3.8 GHz AMD A10 or faster
    300 MB or more; 2 GB or more of RAM
    Sound card; USB port

A minimum 5Mbps connection is required to use PS Now on any device. Sony recommends a wired Internet connection for the optimal experience.

http://cdrinfo.com/Sections/News/Details.aspx?NewsId=48760

kind of confusing to me but its interesting though.