Walmart’s VUDU Movie Streaming Service Coming to US PS3s
US PlayStation 3 owners already have access to video streaming services such as Hulu Plus and Netflix, and now it appears that another movie streaming service will be making its way onto the PS3 soon. The service I am talking about is VUDU, which will be arriving just in time for Thanksgiving.
According to Ross Miller over at engadget.com, Walmart’s recently-acquired movie rental service will be coming to US PS3s on November 23rd. The service will provide users with on-demand movies (up to 1080p and Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 surround sound), streamed for a fee of $2 for 2 nights.
What’s more is that the company is planning to release version 2.0 of its UI in mid-December, which will then bring support for the PlayStation 3’s Move controller. PlayStation 3 owners will have a library of over 4,000 movies to choose from, including new title that have just been released to DVD or Blu-ray.
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