Posted Thu Sep 18, 2014 at 09:41 AM PDT by Brian Hoss
Could be a good time to catch up on some hit PS3 games.
PlayStation Now, Sony's game streaming service, has been in open beta on the PS4 for a little over a month. Starting today, the open beta will be available to PS3 users in the US and Canada. In order to take part in the beta, users need only find the titles spread throughout PlayStation (PSN) Store.
From Sony, "PS3 users will now see PS Now titles integrated into PlayStation Store as part of the Open Beta. The library of PS Now games has grown to more than 150 titles, and will continue to grow as the service expands over time."
Upcoming additions to the PlayStation Now service include 'God of War: Ascension,' 'Infamous,' and even 'Ultra Street Fighter IV.' With various pricing options being tested, the best option seems to work out to around $1 a day (for seven days). A subscription option is not currently available, but is expected in the future.
Source: PlayStation Blog
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