It's been possible to play PS3 games on Sony's PlayStation Now service for a little while now, with over 500 games available at the time of writing. That service is about to get an overhaul though, with 50 PS4 games being added to the list. As the service is available to PC owners, those without a PS4 will now be able to play a number of the console's exclusive titles.
The first batch of titles include Saints Row IV, Killzone Shadow Fall and Tearaway Unfolded. This is in addition to hundreds of PS3 games that were already available before the update. If you're still not convinced, PS Now offers a seven day free trial to get a taster in advance, with a monthly subscription available for £12.99 or €16.99 per month.
A PS Now subscription also enables players to unlock trophies for both PS3 and PS4 titles, engage in online multiplayer (where a game supports it) and share gameplay status updates with their friends lists. Sadly, if you're one of the three people left with a stereoscopic 3D TV, that feature isn't currently supported.