Sony has announced that 40+ PS3 exclusives have joined the available titles in the PlayStation Now library and can now be played on the PS4.
Sony PlayStation Now is a service available on PS4, select Sony Bravia TVs and Samsung Smart TVs. It allows you to stream play more than 150 PS3 exclusives and 300+ games from the PlayStation Now library - this is the way Sony is handling the backward compatibility demand.
PlayStation Now requires a compatible PS4, PS Vita or just a smart TV, a DualShock 4 controller and $20 per month. It has an offer for $99 for 12 months, but it is a Christmas special and will expire on January 11, so if you are interested, now is your last chance for this promotion.
Anyway, some of the new titles available in the PlayStation Now library are Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty, God of War: Chains of Olympus, God of War: Ghosts of Sparta, Heavenly Sword, Journey, Flower, and Flow. The last three games are also available for PS4 and they have been released as a collection on physical PS4 copies.
We guess Sony will be sharing more novelties for the PlayStation 4 later today during its CES press conference.
Playstation Now is a total rip off. Not worth it at all.
You also need pretty fast internet, which not everyone has available to them.