Sony Pioneers Cloud Gaming Testing for Supported PS5 Games
The company Sony has declared that it will test cloud streaming for “supported PS5 games.” It will only be possible for PS Plus Premium/Deluxe subscribers to stream specific PS5 games without having to download them thanks to this functionality. Sony has vowed to offer as many games as they can through this cloud streaming service, even if no specific titles have been confirmed as of yet. This advancement occurs soon after Sony unveiled Project Q, a handheld gadget that utilises a similar cloud computing system. Sony has also made a comprehensive list of 27 free titles that will be available to PS Plus Extra and Deluxe customers this month in addition to this announcement.
Jim Ryan, CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), emphasised the critical relevance of cloud technology in harnessing this trend and the growing significance of mobility in gaming behaviours. Prior to introducing cloud gaming into the updated PS Plus membership, Sony tested the concept with PlayStation Now. The recently unveiled Project Q handheld gadget has an 8-inch 1080p screen, analogue sticks, and button layouts similar to the DualSense controller for the PS5. The device, which will be available next year and allows customers to stream games from their PS5 console through Remote Play or Wi-Fi, gives context for the most recent advancement in cloud streaming.
Who has access to the PS5 game’s cloud streaming feature?
A: Only PS Plus Premium/Deluxe members will have access to the cloud streaming capability for PS5 titles.
Do we know which PS5 titles will be streamable on the cloud?
A: Although particular titles have not yet been confirmed, Sony has stated that it is committed to providing as many games as it can through the cloud streaming service.
Project Q: What is it?
A: The recently unveiled cloud-based handheld device from Sony is called Project Q. It has an 8-inch 1080p screen, button configurations, and analogue sticks similar to the DualSense controller for the PS5. It is anticipated to debut the following year and allows customers to stream games from their PS5 console using Wi-Fi or Remote Play.
Q: What is included in the PlayStation Plus Extra and Deluxe subscription this month?
A: Sony has provided customers to PS Plus Extra and Deluxe with a lengthy list of 27 free titles this month. Far Cry 6, Rogue Legacy 2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Killing Floor 2, and Inscryption are just a few of the games that deserve special mention.