Since its announcement at CES 2014, PlayStation Now has drawn lots of eyes and even more attention for its ability to stream the PS3 library to a variety of devices, including not just Sony’s stable of consoles, but also to smartphones, tablets, and a selection of PS Now-enabled TVs.
A new report detailed some of the TV models that you can expect to see being able to stream games from the PlayStation Now library to your living room: if you’re willing to drop some serious cash on a new TV, that is.
According to the report, nine upcoming models from Sony’s Bravia TV line will be enabled to stream games from PlayStation Now, all of which will be “4K Ultra HD” television sets that will be releasing in June, with a price range between $2,100-$25,000. All players will need to access the games and play them through the TVs will be a DualShock 3 controller.
Sony’s Mike Fasulo (President, Sony Electronics) made a statement regarding the upcoming TVs:
“We continue to be the only company that offers a complete lineup of consumer 4K products, including TVs, front projectors, cameras, and camcorders, while also leading the industry in providing 4K content.”
“…We strongly believe 4K is the future for entertainment, and we remain committed to leading the 4K movement, from lens to living room, in a way that only a company like Sony can.”