Apple is starting tomorrow with live streams of its PS5 games for the PS4 and PS3 consoles, as well as a new Apple TV app that will give players the chance to stream games on Apple TVs.
Users will be able to watch live streams on the PS5 App Store, Apple TV, and iPhone 6s and 6s Plus for free, Apple said in a statement.
Users can also download the PSX Live app to stream PS5 and PS4 games from Apple TV to the PS3 and PS2.
Users can also use the PS10 Live app on their Apple TV or iPhone to stream the PS15 games for free.
For the most part, the streaming apps will remain free for now, but they’ll eventually charge a small fee for premium services like Apple TV and Netflix.
The streaming apps for PS4 will be available in the coming weeks, while the PS11 and PS12 apps will be released later this year, Apple added.
Apple also plans to make the PS12 app compatible with all iOS devices.
Users on the new Apple App Store can also watch the PlayStation5 games on PS3 or PS4 through the PS X app.
Apple has made it easier for people to stream their PS5 purchases online, with an Apple TV update that lets you view your PS5’s purchases on the web.
The iOS app lets you watch your PS15 purchases as you’re playing on Apple TV.
Users also can watch PS5 game streams on Apple’s TwitchTV app, which also will let users view their PS15 and PS5 transactions.
Apple also announced today that the PS 5 and PS6 games that users can watch on the App Store will also be available on Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, and the new Watch app on iOS.