PlayStation Now Adds 50 New Games, Offering 3-Month Subscription for $30
There are now more than 400 games available on the streaming service.
Streaming service PlayStation Now is getting a huge game dump this week, as 50 new titles will be added tomorrow, June 7.
Among the new games are several from 2K, including Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, Spec Ops: The Line, Duke Nukem Forever, and The Darkness II. With these additions, Now's total library surpasses 400 games, according to a PlayStation Blog post.
If you haven't tried Now's subscription service, Sony still offers a free seven-day trial. For a limited time, it's also offering its three-month subscription plan for 33 percent off in the US and Canada, bringing its price down to $30 from $45. The offer is available until July 11 and can be added on to existing subscriptions. Be aware that if you stay subscribed, you'll pay the usual $45 after those three months are up.
PlayStation Now streams its games to a variety of devices, including its various game consoles (PS4, PS3, Vita, and PS TV) and select smart TVs and Blu-ray players. You can see the full catalog of games here.
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