Since its launch back in 2015, Sony’s cloud streaming service has increased its library to over 800 PS2, PS3 and PS4 games which can be streamed or downloaded across PS4 and PC.
As PlayStation Now nears its fifth year in public access, the service is undergoing a few key changes. Starting today, PS Now will be offered for $10 a month, $25 quarterly or $60 annually, dropping from $20, $45 and $100 respectively. Plus, in addition to the regularly added, permanently available titles in PlayStation Now’s library, the service will begin adding PS4 titles on a monthly basis that can be streamed or downloaded for a limited time. The first batch consists of God of War, Grand Theft Auto V, InFamous: Second Son and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, which will all be available starting today until January 2, 2020.
To kick off this new initiative, Sony is launching a TV spot to further advertise PlayStation Now, which can be seen below.