WSJ: Sony’s New PlayStation May Stream PS3 Games Using Gaikai Tech

Posted on Feb 18 2013 - 12:05pm by Editorial Staff


With just two days away for Sony to launch the next instalment of PlayStation, Sony is planning to offer technology to stream PlayStation 3 games using Gaikai technology to its new videogame console, according to The Wall Street Journal citing people familiar with the company’s plans. The new tech from Gaikai will allow users to play games delivered over the internet.

Sony took the move completely after the year when it acquired Gaikai last year for $380 million. Well, if this is not it, then you would also like to know that the company is expected to have in its newest game console the ability for users to control their actions with “higher fidelity cameras” which will work with its “Move” motion-sensing technology and touch-sensing pads on new controllers.

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