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PS5: Embedded PS Now-Powered Functionality Will Make it Possible to Play Short Demos?

According to what has emerged in the last few hours, Sony still has several cards to play to support the launch of the PS5. As you know, Jim Ryan, president and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, had anticipated in recent weeks that the company was working hard to revolutionize its subscription services, and that we would have further updates very soon.

Well, several rumors would suggest the possibility that the PS Now may soon allow you to play short demos, directly from the PS5 PlayStation Store. In that sense, the Twitter profile of @PS5only has stated the following regarding the functions:

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One rumour that hasn’t yet materialised is the embedded PS Now-powered functionality enabling short demos of games instantly from PlayStation Store on PS5.

We’ve yet to hear from Sony on PS Now announcements, so possibly coming up.

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At the moment there is very little information on the subject, given that the Japanese giant has neither confirmed nor denied the indiscretion. While waiting to find out more details, we advise you to take this news with a pinch of salt, since it is only a mere rumor.

We do not know for sure if Sony really intends to introduce a similar feature on PlayStation 5, but given that Jim Ryan in recent weeks had suggested the arrival of news related to its subscriptions, we just have to wait for official communication from the Japanese giant themselves.

In recent news, it was confirmed that Sony is permanently banning the owners of PS5 for selling access to PS Plus Collection.

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Finally, we remind you that PS5 and PlayStation 5 Digital Edition made their debut on November 12th. If you haven’t been able to buy the console for day one, don’t despair, SIE’s Jim Ryan assured that they are working hard to ensure the availability of new PS5’s before and after Christmas.