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Watch The Last of Us played on PS Vita

Yesterday we posted up details on PlayStation Now, Sony's cloud streaming service which will allow you to play PS3 games on your PS4, PS Vita, Bravia TV and eventually, your tablet and mobile phone, although it'll be limited to PS4 then Vita to begin with.

In fact, one day Sony are hoping you'll be able to play PS1, PS2 and PS4 games too, although that's for the future and no doubt 2015 at the earliest for us here in Europe.

In the meantime, those in the U.S can take part in a beta later this month, while the service itself will launch in the Summer (again only in the U.S for now).

To make this seem even more real, IGN managed to get hands on Yesterday and have therefore posted up a video showing The Last of Us streaming to a PS Vita. It seems to work quite well, don't you think?

Edited On 08 Jan, 2014

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RTLF's avatar
RTLF 3 years ago
Looks really really good (although the player is giving a really bad account of how to play the game), I wonder will the multiplayer also work when playing via PS Now?
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Joe Anderson (Editor) 3 years ago
Apparently it will. You'll also be able to play against players who are using a disc.
RTLF's avatar
RTLF 3 years ago
Wow, that's great news
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jay.hamilton 3 years ago
impressed by the loading time on this vid , was like 0.5 of a second once he pressed continue
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Zombieflamingo 3 years ago
could be interesting, wonder how good your internet will have to be for this.
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DynamiteWhyte 3 years ago
Internet is recommended to be 5mbps. Which is great as mine is about 8mbps.

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