Sony launched PlayStation Now (in beta form) this past summer, but results have been less than positive so far. Many PlayStation gamers are unsatisfied with the streaming service, and the price model has been a particularly sore subject.
Speaking during Sony’s Investor Relations Day in Tokyo, SCEA President Andrew House addressed the situation, explaining that PlayStation Now is “a small part of the overall PlayStation ecosystem” that is still growing. However, he also announced a three-pronged plan to improve the PlayStation Now experience.
Sony’s first priority is to expand the number of devices compatible with PlayStation Now, making it available to a wider audience. Second, House stated that he intends to increase the availability of content on the service, making sure that there are “really good games to play.” Finally, House re-confirmed plans to introduce new, more effective price models for the system. How would you like to see PlayStation Now evolve?