During the recent PlayStation event, Sony took the oportunity to reveal more about its upcoming streaming service, PlayStation Now. During the event, Sony's Todd Liss revealed that PlayStation Now will launch "hundreds of titles."
Taking place at closed doors, Sony showed two titles being played via PlayStation Now. Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception was shown being played on PS4, while Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus was being played on PS Vita. Strangely enough, on the same day that this event took place, the PS Store was updated with 3 PS3 games on Day-1 Digital in the PS4 section. These games are Dead Island Riptide, Ben 10 Omniverse, and MX vs ATV Alive.
Although not much is known about the PlayStation Now service, we do know that renting games will cost around $4.99-$5.99. Although the titles that will be available on this service are yet to revealed, games like Shadow of the Colossus, WipEout HD and Payday: The Heist, rumored to be part of the catalogue.
PlayStation Now will allow players to play PlayStation titles via remote emulation on PS3, PS4, Vita and handheld devices. The streaming service will be available this Summer in North America, and sometime next year in Europe.