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PlayStation Now Soon to Cover More Consoles



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Sony’s subscription game streaming service, PlayStation Now, is being introduced to the PlayStation 3 on May 12. The service went into open beta back in September, offering the option to rent individual games. With the new implementation, PS3 owners will soon be able to subscribe to the service for a monthly or quarterly fee. All of this information was announced by the PlayStation Now senior director Jack Buser via the PlayStation Blog earlier today.

With the new implementation, PS3 owners will soon be able to subscribe to the service for a monthly or quarterly fee. All of this information was announced by the PlayStation Now senior director Jack Buser via the PlayStation Blog earlier today. In this blog, it was also confirmed that 5 new games will be added to the library in May. These games will be: Fat Princess, F1 2014, Sanctum 2, Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce and Farming Simulator. With those additions, the library will now offer more than 120 titles to stream.

The service was officially launched earlier this year onto the PlayStation 4 and is now in open beta stages on PlayStation Vita, PlayStation TV, 2015 US Sony Blu-Ray players and selected 2014 Sony TV’s in US and Canada. The pricing is a little on the high side, $19.99 per month or $44.99 per quarter, but I’m sure if you like watchable and playable media; this will be a good service for you.

Do you already use this service? Let us know what you think in the comments.

Thank you to Polygon for providing us with this information


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