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Sony announced yesterday that it’s game streaming service PlayStation Now will be available on Windows PCs from today, and also introduced the DualShock 4 USB adaptor which will allow gamers to use any standard PS4 controller on their computers. The app is launched in parts of Europe and will go places shortly thereafter.

The USB Adaptor will be launched in early September for a suggested price of $24.99. The adaptor will let you connect your controller wirelessly to the PC and you can indulge and experience every single feature of the controller from buttons to motion sensors.

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The PS Now app lets you access a wide range of exclusives into your Windows PC. A few of them will be Uncharted, God of War, The Last of Us and many more. This PC app is a discovery of even more gamers to find their way into the gaming world and mark there territory while the current subscribers can gear up for the newbies.

The adaptor of course is a great match and can also be used for Remote Play on PC or MAC, but don’t worry if you don’t own an adaptor yet, you can connect your DualShock 4 using a USB cable hassle free.

The recommended specs for running PS Now on your PC are as follows:

  • Windows 7(SP1), 8.1 or 10
  • .5 GhZ Intel CCore i3 or 3.8 Ghz AMD A10 or faster
  • 300 MB or more; 2GB or more of RAM
  • Sound card; USB port
  • A minimum 5 Mbps connection is required on any device.

Wishing the gamer in you a great launch! Stay tuned for more updates on PS Now experiences and dates for the adaptor launch.

Source: PlayStation Now