: PlayStation Now
, Sony's cloud-based video game streaming solution, is due to launch for the PlayStation 4 and certain Smart TVs this summer. Today, Sony revealed which televisions will host the service.
As reported by TechRadar
, there are numerous 4K Bravia TVs on the way this summer which will have built-in access to PS Now, allowing you to rent PlayStation 3 games and stream them direct to your TV -- all you'll need is a DualShock 3 controller.
The cheapest is the 49-inch XBR-X850B series, which will cost $2,099. If you're feeling rather rich, you can pick up the most expensive instead: The 85-inch XBR-X950B model for $24,999.
PS Now will eventually launch for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, with the plan to offer games for rent from every past PlayStation device somewhere down the line.