Sony’s PlayStation Vue TV service, which has been live in the United States since early October, will be upgraded to the latest version of the PlayStation Vues service, the company announced Tuesday.
The update is being rolled out in phases to PlayStation VUs across the country, and will go live on December 4.
Sony has also said that it is working on a PlayStation VU app for iOS and Android, though the details are still being worked out.
Sony’s PlayStation Network app will also be updated to the newest version of PlayStation Vu.
The company also announced that PlayStation Vuzu users will be able to receive a PlayStation 3 “Game Pass” in the coming weeks.
That pass includes a PlayStation Vita version of Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 3DS and PS Vita, a PlayStation Mobile version of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, a “Game and App Pass” of Call of Duty: Ghosts, and a “Digital Download Pass” for Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, a PS Vita version for Uncharted: Golden Abyss, and the PlayStation 3-exclusive Uncharted 4 Golden Abyss.
PlayStation Vuvuzu and PlayStation Vukos are currently available in the U.S. and Canada, though Sony has said that some European regions may also be able access the service in the future.
Sony also announced a new service called PlayStation Vuhd, which is aimed at helping users connect to the PS Vita in addition to the new PlayStation Vudu service.
The service is currently available only in Brazil and the U to help people who have been unable to access the new PS Vuh service due to hardware issues.
The PlayStation Vuu service is also launching in Europe.