PlayStation Now closed beta arrives in the UK this spring

It’s been an awfully long wait, but finally Sony is prepared to launch its video game streaming service outside of North America. A private beta for PlayStation Now is headed to the UK, and curious gamers can register their interest right now. To gain access later this Spring, you’ll need to own both a PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Plus membership. Otherwise, the selection criteria is rather ambiguous — you’ll just have to fill out the survey and hope your responses chime with the ideal player base Sony is looking for.

A range of PlayStation 3 titles will be available in the private beta, including The Last of Us, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and God of War Ascension. Access for beta testers will be free of charge, and Sony is recommending a connection speed of 5mbps or higher. PlayStation Now hasn’t had the biggest impact in the US, and it’s unclear if that’ll change in the UK. Pricing has been a major hang-up, so it’ll be interesting to see how Sony approaches both rentals and its Netflix-style subscription model in Britain.

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