During yesterday’s invite-only PlayStation event, IGN spoke with SCEA’s PlayStation Now Marketing Specialist Todd Liss, where he revealed that PlayStation Now would have “hundreds of titles” at launch. However, following the story being published, an SCEA rep said that they haven’t confirmed the number of titles available on PlayStation Now at launch. Of course, there’s still a chance the launch numbers will be in the hundreds, but Sony’s likely wanting to remain vague on the exact number in case changes arise.
As well at the event, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception was shown being played on a PS4, while Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus was shown being played on a PlayStation Vita, suggesting both might come to PlayStation Now at some point (Uncharted 3 was previously shown on Gaikai’s website to cost $4.99 for a rental).
No other PlayStation Now information seems to have been revealed, though with E3 just a few weeks away, we should be hearing more soon.
In closed beta right now for US gamers, PlayStation Now is expected to launch this summer in the US, with Canada and Europe set to follow at a later date.