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PlayStation 5 supports video streaming services from its mid-November launch

It is official now that Sony PlayStation 5 supports video streaming services from its mid-November launch, including Disney + and Netflix.
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It is announced that Sony PlayStation 5 supports video streaming services from its mid-November launch, including Disney + and Netflix.

These are the streaming services for the PlayStation 5

Sony has published a fresh blog post explained which streaming services we can expect at the time of the release of the PlayStation 5 which PlayStation 5 supports video streaming. One of those video streaming services is Apple TV +. It is not surprising that this service will be present, as Apple is pushing it very hard on other platforms (in addition to its own hardware, of course). You view the exclusive content, sign up for channels and can both rent and buy shows. And yes, the app is also coming to the PlayStation 4, which is good news for enthusiasts.

In the meantime, it remains to be seen whether the Xbox One and Xbox Series X get the Apple TV + app. There are already references found before, so the chances are very high. There are already appearing earlier rumors about a release on PS5.

In addition to Apple TV +, we can find a number of important services on the PlayStation 5. Think of Netflix, Disney +, YouTube, Twitch and Spotify. Other services, including Amazon Prime Video, will not appear for the game console annex media player until a later date. Furthermore, Sony has presented a new image of the remote control. The previously four empty buttons have now all been given a face. The buttons are shortcuts for the Disney +, Netflix, Spotify and YouTube services. If that happens to be your four most used streaming services, then you’re in luck.

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