PlayStation Now is one of the only ways to play many PlayStation classic titles on modern hardware, but the streaming service has been lacking–only running at 720p since its launch. That is finally changing, as Sony will soon be rolling out 1080p support across all PlayStation Now regions.
Sony will be applying this change during the following weeks, with certain games supporting this feature. The 1080p will especially be important for many PS4 titles on PlayStation Now, including Horizon Zero Dawn, Borderlands 3, and Marvel’s Avengers. This only applies to games that you stream–any PS4 games you can download will still support the same resolutions as digital or disc versions.
The update will release across all regions, including the US, Europe, Canada and Japan.
PlayStation Now is available on PS5, PS4 and PC, and is one of the only ways to play many PS2 and PS3 titles (other than owning the original hardware and games). In other PlayStation news, Sony reversed a decision to shut down both the PS Vita and PS3 stores, so fans can still purchase games for those platforms. There was also a rumored PS Plus Video Pass that was going to be included with a PlayStation Plus subscription.