A new feature is coming for the Playstation Now service developed by Sony. The app, which has so far provided up to 720p support for gamers, will now support 1080p resolution. More than 800 games on the platform will be available at this resolution.
1080p support for PlayStation Now comes after this week
PS Now is Sony’s cloud streaming subscription service that allows PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC users to play PS4, PS3, and PS2 games. It is possible to access all games with a monthly or annual subscription from this platform. PlayStation Now is currently available in every region of the world.
Sony announced on Twitter that PlayStation Now users will soon be able to play some games at 1080p resolution. More than 800 games are available on PC and PS4. You can also download more than 300 games to the PS4 console.
Sony announced via its PlayStation account on Twitter that PlayStation Now will start supporting 1080p game streaming starting this week. This feature will be introduced first in Europe, the US, Canada, and Japan. It will be available in these countries in the coming weeks.
Until now, the PlayStation Now streaming service was limited to 720p resolution. However, with the new update, you will be able to play games that support 1080p on PS5, PS4, and PC platforms.