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Sony’s PlayStation TV to debut in the US on October 14


Sony’s PlayStation franchise has already enthralled many game lovers in the past few years. The Japanese company has now announced the arrival of PlayStation TV in the US on October 14. It will be priced at $99.99. Sony PlayStation TV will support PS4’s Remote Play and the users will be able to play Vita games on it.sony-playstation-tv

The arrival of PlayStation TV has been announced by the Japanese company today itself. With PlayStation TV, the users will also be able to avail DualShock 3 controller, 8GB memory card and The Lego Movie video game which is all a part of the bundle pack offered by Sony. The little box offered by Sony will enable the users to play Vita games and also purchase the old PS One and PlayStation Portable games.

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With the help of PlayStation TV, the users will also get a chance to stream the PlayStation 3 titles through the company’s game streaming service known as PlayStation Now. With the help of system’s Remote Play feature, the users can play their game in another room without any hassle.

The availability of Remote Play is being widened up by Sony and it has been included in the coming compact smartphones of the company, namely Xperia Z3 and Z3 compact. In a situation where your living room has been occupied, it enables you to play games on a small screen or you can flexibly switch the TV in another room on and play the game with the help of PlayStation TV.

You need to make sure that the PS4 is turned on and the Remote Play technology with PSTV actually needs a network connection based on the wire. On this department, Microsoft does not possess any answer to it when it comes to Xbox One. The critics are hopeful that PlayStation TV will perform very well in the market.

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