The PlayStation Now subscriptions will be coming to PS3 next week and users will be able to stream PlayStation 3 games to your PS3.
Sony recently announced that its PlayStation Now streaming service is headed to the PlayStation 3. This service will be made available on 12th May. The news was published on the PlayStation blog.
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There was also new about the service being made available on select Sony Blu-ray players and Sony TVs. Sony also gave a list of the games that would be added to their PlayStation Now by 12th May.
Some of the names of the games are Fat Princess, F1 2014, Sanctum 2, Dynasty Warriors 2: Strikeforce and Farming Simulator. Sony has also confirmed that more games will be added in the coming months.
This subscription service will soon be made available to the PS Vita users also. Currently if you are a subscriber, then you can access PlayStation Now by using your PS Vita. You can use Vita by navigating to the rental menu.
If you subscribe for the PlayStation Now service, you will be able to access the service on any platform. This PlayStation Now is a monthly service and this service will cost you $19.99 a month. If you want to get a three month subscription then you will get a discount as you will only need to pay $44.99.
When the PlayStation Now service was released earlier this year, the service had more than 100 PlayStation 3 games. If you think that you need to use the service before subscribing for it, then you will be given a free 7 day trial by Sony.
If you think that you liked the service then you can subscribe the service for the whole month. When Sony first released the PS3, they claimed that they would support this console for over 10 years. And now it has been almost 10 years and we can still see Sony supporting its console. So now it is up to you. For just 20 bucks a month you can stream unlimited games.
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Source: PlayStation Blog