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    PlayStation Now Finally Getting Upgraded to 1080p Streaming Soon

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    Sony is releasing updates to PlayStation Now to support 1080p streaming for compatible games.

    PlayStation Now has been one of the only ways to play many PlayStation classics on modern hardware, but the streaming service has been disappointingly limited to just 720p since its launch. That will soon change as Sony starts supporting 1080p in all PlayStation Now regions.



    Sony has announced that in the coming weeks it will begin supporting 1080p streaming for games on PlayStation Now that support it. This will be especially important for many PS4 titles on the service, including Horizon Zero Dawn, Borderlands 3, and Marvel's Avengers. This only applies to games you stream any PS4 titles you can download will still support the same resolutions as the digital or disc versions.

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    The update will be rolled out to all regions including the US, Europe, Japan and Canada. Sony did not take the opportunity to announce any additional regions for the service.

    PlayStation Now will begin rolling out support for streaming 1080p capable games this week.

    The rollout will occur over the next several weeks across Europe, US, Canada, and Japan, where PlayStation Now is available. pic.twitter.com/OEHWHtMTw8

    — PlayStation (@PlayStation) April 22, 2021

    PlayStation Now is available on PS5, PS4 and PC and is one of the only ways to play many PS2 and PS3 titles on those platforms. Earlier this week, Sony reversed its decision to close the PS Vita and PS3 stores, meaning you can continue to buy games for the consoles if you still have them. The PSP store, however, will still close later this year.



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