PlayStation Now coming to PC, DualShock 4 Wireless USB Dongle Announced

The video game streaming service PlayStation Now is coming to PC, Sony announced today. They will be launching the PC app overseas in parts of Europe first, then release it shortly after across North America. Currently one month of PS Now costs $19.99, while purchasing three months at a time reduces the price to $44.99. Currently, Sony does have for a free seven-day trial, but you must have a credit card attached to your billing account.

There are hundreds of games currently available on PlayStation Now, including some of the best games offered on the PlayStation 3, such as The Last of Us, Journey, and Mortal Kombat. if you already have the service, you'll be able to continue playing games on your list thanks to the inclusion of PS Now Cloud saving. The PC app will be available on the PlayStation Now website once it launches for your region.

Along with the PS Now announcement, Sony will be releasing an official wireless dongle for you to use your DualShock 4 on your PC and Mac. Currently, you are able to connect your controller via a USB cable or through Bluetooth. This officially licensed adapter will support both PS Now and PS4 Remote Play. It will cost $24.99 when it launches in early September