Sony Is Testing A Cloud Gaming Service Right Now


Thanks to an anonymous source, it appears we now have visual proof that Sony is testing their long awaited cloud gaming service with select persons today, under the rather clearly named “Cloud Gaming Test”.

Unknown at this time is any detailed information, but one can safely assume that this is connected to Sony’s much hyped Gaikai-powered streaming service, which was absent from the console’s launch but according to Sony Computer Entertainment President Andrew House, in an interview with The Guardian on Monday, is on track for a 2014 release and they are taking a “very gradual, step-by-step approach because, first and foremost, we want to ensure a good experience for customers.” Also mentioned are plans to bring the service to the PlayStation Vita.

A beta test for select gamers would certainly fit in line with a step-by-step approach, and one can imagine that new information from Sony cannot be far behind. You can see the image below.

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Ricky Donaldson is a writer at childhood's end, and actually wants to do the inane, rambling excuse for game journalism that he practices for a living. He also knows how to fix a mean cheese toasty and can fix the head gasket of a 1997 Ford Explorer... he thinks, anyway.

  • nevada

    You guys are being taken for a ride its simply someone with a CFW ps3 running a modded Param.SFO file.

  • Truth

    ..and it will be crap like every cloud gaming service out there, especially because it’s Sony.

  • Philip F. Lewis

    I’m following new apps right now, good luck on your beta, and I’m sure it will be a big hit… go gamerzzzz