In the latest update that Sony will bring to PlayStation Now next week, gamers can stream games at 1080p resolution. Sony again pampers gamers on their favorite platforms around the world. This time, they bring a feature update for users of their cloud gaming streaming service, namely PlayStation Now.
Sony is rumored to be providing support for game streaming up to 1080p resolution, as reported by Engadget (23/4). Of course, this is one of the updates that users of the service have been eagerly awaiting.
Sony says that the launch will occur over the next few weeks across Europe, the US, Canada, and Japan. This is because this service is currently only available in certain areas.
As is known, previously, new users could play games on the PlayStation Now service only at 720p resolution. They are quite behind when compared to other game streaming services.
Stadia, for example, gamers can stream games at up to 4K resolution. However, users must use a stable and fast internet connection to stream at that resolution.
Lastly, Sony has also said that the service will only support games that can run at 1080p. Most likely, not all games in the PlayStation Now library can run at that resolution.