Sony's Gaikai-based game streaming service to launch in beta at the end of the month
Sony has taken the opportunity at this week's CES in Las Vegas to announce the first of their plans for their Gaikai-based game streaming service.
The new service which was announced briefly as they unveiled the PS4, will bring a catalogue of PlayStation games both old and new streamed directly to PS3, PS4, PS Vita, smart TVs, tablets, smartphones and PC.
The streaming service is set to launch in beta in the US at the end of this month bringing a form of backwards compatibility to the PS4.
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