PS4 games come to PC via PlayStation Now update

PS4 games are now available on Sony’s PlayStation Now streaming service, meaning you can now play PS4 games on your PC.

50 PS4 titles will be added to the service today, including Killzone: Shadow Fall, Saints Row IV Re-Elected, WWE 2K16, Tropic 5 and Tearaway Unfolded, with additional games being added at a later date in future content drops.

Even better, players will be able to unlock PS4 trophies while playing through PS Now, as well as playing online multiplayer and share their gameplay status updates with their friends.

Until now, PS Now was only limited to PS3 titles, and included hits such as The Last of Us, all three Uncharted games, Red Dead Redemption and Batman Arkham City.

Since the launch of the service, total gameplay hours have increased 44 per cent year-on-year, says Sony, and the total number of games has increased fourfold to over 400 titles. The number of publishers on board with the scheme has also risen to 79, including Take-Two, Rockstar Games, WB Games, Capcom Europe, Disney Interactive, Koei Tecmo Europe, Sega Europe and Koch Media.

In case you’re not already a PS Now subscriber, the service is available to try for free for seven days. After that, users will have to pay 12.99 each month to retain access to carry on playing.

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