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Eurogamer seems to have obtained a leaked slide from an official PlayStation Now presentation, and this slide details the launch plans for Sony's PlayStation Now service.
According to this slide, the US will receive PlayStation Now in the third quarter of 2014, Japan and Korea at the end of 2014, and Europe in early 2015. In addition, "partner devices" such as Bravia TVs won't have PlayStation Now access until the end of 2014.
Sony still has not revealed how much the PlayStation Now service will cost. A beta is supposed to start at the end of this month.
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