Earlier this year Sony revealed ambitious plans for their Gaikai Cloud network during the reveal of the PlayStation 4. Today at the Tokyo Game Show, Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida revealed a little bit more about the company’s plans for the cloud, and how they are aiming to introduce a netflix like service for streaming PlayStation 3 games to the PlayStation 4, PS Vita and PS Vita TV.
A report out of Tokyo from IGN says that Sony is looking to launch the Netflix-like Streaming service in 2014, and is hoping to have a good selection of PS3 games available at launch. These games will be playable on the aforementioned platforms from day one.
It’s still yet to be revealed how much this would cost consumers, or whether or not this will be a worldwide release for this service. Today’s announcement only mentioned this North American release for cloud service.