Sony Testing Game Streaming with PlayStation 5 Titles for PS Plus Premium Members

In May 2023, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced that it had “aggressive plans” for the cloud gaming space, as revealed by CEO Jim Ryan during a business call. Ryan stated that the PlayStation firm would disclose these plans “over the course of the coming months” without providing further details.

Ryan highlighted the increasing importance of mobility in gaming habits and emphasized the fundamental role of the cloud in capitalizing on this trend. He mentioned, 

We observed mobility in gaming habits to be an increasingly important trend, and the cloud will be fundamental to allowing us, or indeed anybody else, to exploit that trend.” 

Although he refrained from divulging specific plans at the time, Ryan assured that the company had some intriguing and aggressive initiatives in store for accelerating their cloud gaming efforts.

In line with their aggressive plans for the cloud gaming space, Sony has announced that they are currently testing game streaming for supported PlayStation 5 titles. This test includes PlayStation 5 games from the PlayStation Plus Game Catalog and Game Trials, as well as supported digital PlayStation 5 titles owned by players.

The goal is to make it easier for PlayStation Plus Premium members to jump right into their favorite games without the need to download them onto their PlayStation 5 console.

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Sony aims to add this feature as an additional benefit to PlayStation Plus Premium, further enhancing the value of the subscription service. By enabling cloud game streaming for supported PlayStation 5 titles directly on the console, Premium members will have access to a wide variety of games without the hassle of downloading and installing them.

The company understands the importance of allowing Premium members to enjoy as many games as possible through cloud streaming. As the library of games continues to expand on the PS5 console, Sony plans to extend the cloud streaming capability to include PS5 titles, in addition to the already available PS3, PS4, and classic titles.

Although the project is still in its early stages, Sony is excited about the potential of this new feature. More details, including a launch time frame, will be shared with the community in due course and we will be the first ones to update you on that. So, fans are encouraged to stay tuned for further updates and announcements.

What are your thoughts about this news? Are you looking forward to playing PlayStation 5 titles via cloud gaming? Let us know in the comments section below.


Abdullah Amin

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