PlayStation Vue Boasts New DVR

Andrew House, president and chief executive officer of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., speaks about PlayStation Vue, the company's cloud-based TV service, during a Sony Corp. event ahead of the E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Monday, June 15, 2015. Sony and Microsoft Corp. touted exclusive new video games, access to old titles and reality-bending headsets at dueling presentations on Monday, each seeking the slightest advantage in the fierce rivalry between the two largest makers of entertainment consoles. Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images

In the world of cord-cutting, DVR is king. So much so that many companies are scrambling to deliver the best DVR service on the market. That is why Hulu has been improving their DVR. Meanwhile, DIRECTV NOW has been in an extensive beta testing phase for their DVR service. Now, PlayStation Vue is making some changes.

First, the gaming system-turned-streaming service introduced On-the-Go DVR. Now they are promoting that you can keep DVR recordings as long as you want them! Previously, PlayStation Vue’s DVR service only help recordings for 28 days. Now you have a 500 program limit.

This infographic recently popped up on the homepage of PlayStation Vue, confirming these details:

On top of that, another notable is change is the number of profiles you are allotted. The number has doubled from 5 to 10.


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