In a blog post last night, PlayStation announced that PlayStation Now is coming to Windows PC.

No word yet on an exact release date, however Eric Lempel of PlayStation stated, “The app launches overseas in parts of Europe soon, and will come to North America shortly thereafter”.

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Alongside this announcement came another about a new device PlayStation has been working on, the DualShock 4 USB Wireless Adapter.  The adapter, which will allow for connectivity with the PS4 controller,  is set to launch in early September and will retail for $24.99 USD ($29.99 CAD). However, even though the adapter has compatibility with Mac, PlayStation Now, as of now, does not support Mac.

The requirements for the device are PC; Windows 7, 8.1 or 10, a 3.5GHz Intel Core i3 or 3.8GHz AMD 10 or better, 2GB or more RAM, and a simple USB port. Besides all of this, it also requires a minimum 5Mbps connection. If you’d like to see the library of games available on PSNow, you can do so on their site.

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