Sony TVs receiving PlayStation Now June 30th

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by William Schwartz

Own a Sony Bravia TV? You can join in on the PlayStation Now service staring June 30th of this year. Sony has announced that a number of their Bravia TVs will be able to use their video game streaming service later this month in what will be known as their Private Pilot Service.

Sony has revealed that all of their 4K Bravia TVs released during this year will have the feature available. Only a select number of 1080p TV sets will be added to the list though which ones are unknown. If you plan on trying out the service, you will be required to use a Dualshock 3 controller.

Right now, PlayStation Now is in closed beta on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. The service will grant gamers the ability to rent and stream video games right from the web. Currently, the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PS Vita and select Sony Bravia TV’s will be able to use the service when fully launched.

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