Then we entered another big section of "PlayStation 4 Advantage." Two Project Morpheus virtual reality demos will be available on the E3 show floor. Free-to-play titles like PlanetSide 2 are still important to Sony. YouTube Streaming is also coming to the PS4 soon.
And, incredibly, PlayStation Now is actually on its way—Sony's streaming service, built off the back of its Gaikai purchase a few years back. Both titles from older Sony platforms and the PS4 will be available, and you don't even need Sony hardware. While PS Now is available on the Vita and PS4, it's also going to be built into select Sony TVs. All you need is a DualShock controller to access the content.
We also got a look at Sony's upcoming media content, including a show based on comic series Powers that's coming in December. You'll need a PlayStation Plus subscription to tune in, but all PS owners will be able to check out the first episode.