PlayStation Now

‘PlayStation Now’ Subscription Service Launches January 13


PlayStation Now is launching January 13 in North America, and it will be available to gamers in two plans ($19.99 per month or a three month package for $44.99).

The streaming game service, which will be first available on PlayStation 4 (PS4) consoles, will give unlimited access to over 100 PlayStation 3 (PS3) titles from such publishers as Warner Brothers, Bandai Namco Games America Inc., and Sega. For a list of the games available upon the subscription’s launch, go here.

“Users have been able to rent games through PlayStation Now for several months, and one of the top requests we get is for an overall subscription to the service. We’re excited to formally announce it today, as the PlayStation Now subscription service will deliver a ton of value by providing instant access to a large and diverse catalogue of games for one low price,” said Phil Rosenberg, Senior Vice President, Business Development and Publisher Relations, Sony Computer Entertainment America. “We know there are lots of PS4 owners that never owned a PS3, and this is a great way to catch up on games they may have missed.”

Under the service, players can save their game progress on PlayStation Now cloud servers and resume their game on PlayStation Now enabled devices.

To celebrate the subscription service’s launch, a PlayStation Now theme will be available to PS4 owners early this month. Gamers who download the theme before January 31 will be automatically entered for a chance to win a one-year subscription to PlayStation Now.

PlayStation Now
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