Leaked video provides first glimpse of hotly anticipated PlayStation Now

Zach Epstein
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In early January, Sony announced an upcoming new service tied to its PlayStation gaming platform that gamers can’t wait to get their hands on. The service, dubbed PlayStation Now, will allow PlayStation 4, PS Vita and PS3 owners to access classic games from PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2 and the original PlayStation video game console and stream them from the cloud. Needless to say, the service will have a huge impact on the catalog of titles available to early PlayStation 4 adopters. PlayStation Now won’t be made available to the general public until sometime this summer, but a leaked video of a private PlayStation Now beta gives us our first glimpse at the upcoming Sony service.

The first leaked video showing off PlayStation Now was picked up recently by DualShockers, and it shows “Killzone 3″ being played through the cloud. It was first posted by YouTube user Matthew Jones but has since been removed. DualShockers managed to save a copy before it was pulled, however, and the leaked video can be viewed below.

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