If you’ve been looking forward to experiencing PlayStation Now on PC, well now you can. There has to be a better way to say that. You can check out PlayStation Now now on PC. Look, you get what I’m saying. PlayStation’s streaming service is now available for Windows PC.

Sony had announced that the service was coming to PC in the fall, but last I checked we still have a month of summer left, so kudos to them for springing it early. The service gives players access to a huge assortment of PlayStation 3 games, so for PC gamers this could be the first time they can check out PlayStation exclusives like The Last of Us and God of War. Unfortunately, the graphic settings are locked in, so even if you have a high-end PC the games are still going to look like PlayStation 3 games. Weirdly, you’re forced to use a Dualshock 4 controller, and the dongle to use it wirelessly won’t be available until September 6th.

The requirements for the service are as follows:

Windows 7, 8, 10
3.5 GHz intel Core i3 / 3.8 GHz AMD A10 or faster
300 MB hard drive space
2GB RAM
5Mbps internet connection

New users can check out a 7-day free trial to gauge their interest.

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