According to VG247, this could be announced at this year E3.
Looks like Sony could be preparing an announcement regarding a partnership deal between PlayStation and a leading cloud gaming service.
According to reports from gaming website VG247, Sony will announce a cloud gaming deal with a 'leading cloud gaming service' -which could be either Gaikai or OnLive- at this year E3.
The info, was first "leaked" on an article called "What to expect from E3 2012":
After that, they published the news as a rumor:Sony’s first-party effort will revolve around at least two largely unknown core products and Vita. The two titles are likely to generate a great deal of excitement. Also expect Sony to attempt to play a strong “Vita isn’t dead” card. Big core games on the small screen will be a focus for Sony this year, but, again, expect solidity rather than megatonnage. You may well be blown away by what’s on show, but it’s doubtful you’re going to be too shocked by any of the announcements.
Apart from the partnership deal between PlayStation and a leading cloud gaming service, obviously.
It's unknown if the rumored service will be available for PS3, PS Vita... or both.VG247 has learned that Sony is to announce a cloud gaming deal with either Gaikai or OnLive at E3, apparently allowing streamed games on PlayStation hardware. Details are light, but the news expected to be announced in the Sony press conference on June 4.
Regardless, what do you think about this? Would you like the idea?
NEWS SOURCE #1: Rumour Sony to enter cloud gaming deal at E3 (via) VG247
NEWS SOURCE #2: What to expect from E3 no not Xbox 720 and PS4 (via) VG247
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