Sony will begin rolling out support for 1080p streaming with PlayStation Now this week, boosting streaming quality from the previous 720p capacity of the cloud gaming service.
“The launch will take place in the coming weeks across Europe, the United States, Canada and Japan where PlayStation Now is available,” Sony said in a tweet.
PlayStation Now will begin rolling out support for 1080p game streaming this week.
The launch will take place over the next several weeks across Europe, the US, Canada and Japan where PlayStation Now is available. pic.twitter.com/OEHWHtMTw8
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In a tweet, Sony said support would be rolled out for We asked the company if we could share more information.
Allowing some PlayStation Now games to stream at 1080p, the service is on par with Amazon’s cloud gaming competitor Sony Luna, ranking the top at 1080p, while Google’s Stadia can support resolutions up to 4K. 1080p support for Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud)
I am playing a version of the PlayStation 3. The last of us On my PS4 last year with PlayStation Now streaming and the service worked without any problems. Upscaling to 1080p (for supported games) should be a nice upgrade.