Apple and Epic Games are currently embroiled in a legal battle that has swayed Sony into announcing that Playstation Now will soon be available on mobile devices. Because the lawsuit isn’t expected to be resolved any time soon, it’s possible that players will switch to another game and abandon Fortnite, one of the most popular.
When it comes to mobile devices like the iPhone, iPad, and Android tablet, Playstation Now is the most popular game streaming service. The verge reported that it discovered a mobile extension of this streaming service for PlayStation users, who found this news noteworthy.
“A streaming access to over 450+ PS3 games to start, with PS4 games to follow.”
For a low monthly fee, PlayStation Now gives gamers access to hundreds of games. With the addition of iOS and Android compatibility, this subscription will no doubt soar, allowing the company to achieve even greater heights in the process.
There is little or no chance of problems with the graphics because Sony does most of the work. While the company wants you to play this game on a mobile device, there will be an option to watch it on the big screen as well.
Apple and Epic Games have yet to resolve their conflict, but we can assume that Apple will have no problems bringing PlayStation Now to its platform. There are a few more days before this game is available on our smartphones.