PlayStation Now Captured On Video By a Beta Tester; Looks Like It Runs Smooth [VIDEO]

By Alex Wolfe , Updated May 04, 2014 03:29 PM EDT

Sony is taking a pretty big leap with PlayStation Now, its streaming game service that will allow you to play pretty much any PlayStation game on any PlayStation system.

It's an exciting concept that will be able to almost bring backwards compatibility to the PS4, but up to this point we haven't received a great look at it.

Well, the wait is over for a good look at PS Now in action as Dual Shockers has received a high quality video of the service in action from a random tipster, and it looks really good.

"The video starts from the launch of the service and basically goes through everything there's to see, doing a connection test, browsing the games catalog and even loading and playing a couple games (Puppeteer and Saints Row: The Third)," the Dual Shockers article states. "Incidentally it's also very well made (kudos to the author, really). If it wasn't recorded off screen it could almost be mistaken for an official trailer."

That it could, with its cool techno music and comprehensive demo. Check out the video below and let us know what you think of Sony's new streaming service.

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