Do you currently own a PS3 and have been wanting to play PS4 games? Now, the unthinkable has happened. Thanks to a video from YouTube user KingThrash Gaming, it looks like PS4 games are, in fact, coming to the PlayStation Now streaming service. The monthly subscription has included a growing library of PS3 games over the years (483 to be exact), and could be played on PC and PlayStation devices. The new games mainly consist of launch AAA titles and indie titles. Killzone: Shadowfall heads the list of big titles along with Knack. Indie titles include Resogun, Helldivers, and Super Stardust Ultra.
New users can sign up for a seven day free trial and the subscription is $19.99 per month or a three month subscription for $44.99. However, on August 15, 2017, PlayStation Now will only be available on PS4 and Windows PC. Currently, it can be used on those two platforms along with PS3, PS Vita, newer Sony Bravia and Samsung TVs, and select Sony Blu-ray players. Only time will tell if the PS4 games will beat this expiration date.