PS4 Owners: Time Is Running Out To Get This Killer Deal

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PlayStation Now is Sony's video game streaming service that lets you play a large selection of PlayStation games on your PS4 or PC (including Macs). What you might not know is that we're closing in on the end of the service's summer sale price. When September 25 rolls around, the prices for one-, three-, and 12-month PlayStation Now subscriptions will go up. So if you want to save money on access to hundreds of PlayStation games from the past three console generations, now is the time to lock in the sale price.

Making the deal even sweeter is that you can now download to your PS4 nearly all of the PS4 games on the service, as well as some of the PS2 games. Previously, PS Now was only a streaming service, which meant you needed a fairly robust internet connection to transmit data back and forth to play games. The company says this feature is being rolled out gradually to subscribers over the next few days.

The big question is what games are available on the service. Over 650 games are currently available, including titles like Red Dead Redemption, Bloodborne, the Uncharted trilogy, Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas, and many, many others. You can view the full list here.

Here's the summer sale pricing for PlayStation Now, along with links to get you those sweet sale prices:

If you're unsure you want to spend money on a service you haven't tried yet, you can sign up for a seven-day free trial. The only caveat is, if you want to get the sale price on your subscription, you'll need to lock it in by September 25, before your trial is up.

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