The PlayStation 4 is home to some of the best console exclusive games of all time, but it seems that two of the Sony classics are now going to available for PC gamers thanks to PlayStation Now.
PlayStation Now has just announced a slew of new games coming to the streaming service – along with a pretty nice drop in price that’s making it more accessible than ever.
What that translates to is that you can now stream the likes of God of War, Infamous Second Son and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End to your PC. Hooray!
Of course, PlayStation Now is a streaming service, which means you do have to pay if you want to take advantage of it. Fortunately, it’s now cheaper than ever before having dropped by half the price in most regions.
PS Now will set you back just $9.99 USD/£8.99 GBP per month, but you can get it even cheaper if you opt in for the long haul. A quarterly subscription will cost you $24.99/£22.99, or an annual subscription costs $59.99/£49.99.
Along with the new additions to PS Now, there’s hundreds of other titles that you’ll want to sink your teeth into. Finally it seems like PS Now is actually worth forking over your hard-earned cash for.
Announcing the price drop, Sony writes: “Gamers can choose to stream hundreds of PS4, PS3 and PS2 games available on their PS4 or PC devices, or download more than 300* PS4 games on their PS4 system.
“Some downloaded games support DLC and other user-purchased add-ons, as well as PS4 Pro enhancements. Seven-day free trials are available for new customers.”
If you’re already subscribed to PS Now, Uncharted 4, God of War, GTA V and Infamous Second Son will be available on the service from 1st October 2019 until 2nd January 2020.
Following that, Sony confirms there’ll be a “new selection of popular games that will be available for a limited period.”
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