Sony has officially announced that their PlayStation Now game streaming service will be making its way to Windows PC in parts of Europe.

In a similar style to the Nvidia Shield or Microsoft’s Play Anywhere program, PlayStation gamers will now be able to access over 400 incredible titles on compatible PCs. The complete list of available games can be found on the official site, but in general, the lineup ranges from PlayStation exclusive titles, like Uncharted or God of War, to third party franchises like Assassin’s Creed.

Currently, the PlayStation Now streaming service supports subscription plans ranging from 1 month for $19.99 to 3 months for $44.99.

In addition to the service making its way to the PC, Sony is also launching a special wireless USB adapter for DualShock 4 controllers. The USB adapter will be available for $24.99. DualShock 4 controller owners can already connect their controllers to both PCs and Macs through a USB cable, however the adapter frees gamers of the typical 6 foot restriction.

Although the PC is the current target for the PlayStation Now service, Sony is also looking into whether an app for Mac users may be possible thanks to the low system requirements. Outside of the operating system requirement of Windows 7 or later, PS Now only requires a 3.5 GHz Intel Core i3 or faster graphics card, 300MB or more of RAM, a Sound Card and USB port.

There is currently no official US release date for the PC app and the DualShock 4 USB adapter, however it is expected to launch some time after the European release.

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