Sony is testing PS5 streaming games, and it is also launching a streaming game zone on PlayStation Plus, hoping to counter Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. The launch time of the previously announced new handheld Project Q is still undecided. A few days ago, Nick Maguire, Sony’s global sales vice president, confirmed that he has started to test the PlayStation 5 game content used in the streaming mode, while Reddit forum users revealed that Sony is currently sending test invitations to specific players, and explained that the test content may be different in the future. The actual release version is different. According to the players who have been invited to test so far, Sony has added a streaming game content area to the PlayStation Plus service, and if you choose to open any streaming game, you can start it in a few seconds. The content includes “God of War: Ragnarok” “, “Forbidden Land of the Western Regions”, “Fortress Heroes”, “Destiny 2” and “Death Stranding”, etc., the picture quality can be switched between 720p and 2160p. Not surprisingly, Sony’s service will compete with Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass Ultimate’s cloud streaming service content, but it is expected to also compete with the previous PlayStation Now service. Due to content copyright and service usage restrictions, it may also only be available in specific markets. , and may not be available in all PlayStation Plus service launch markets. Although Sony has previously stated that it is not practical to provide game content through subscription downloads and streaming games, it is clear that Sony has not given up this possibility of development in the market, and even recently announced the launch of a handheld product called Project Q. The main feature is that players can run the game on PlayStation 5 through a Wi-Fi connection, and it may even allow players to use streaming game services through Project Q in the future. However, Sony has not yet confirmed the specific launch time of Project Q, and also explained that the service of streaming PlayStation 5 games is only in the early testing stage, and there is no official service time plan for the time being.
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