The PlayStation Now beta has been trundling along for a while now, and participants have no doubt been using the service to stream games until their thumbs drop off from exhaustion. Unfortunately, the rest of us are relegated to sitting outside with our eyes peeled in a vain attempt to catch even a cursory glimpse of the fabled service. Okay, perhaps we're being a bit dramatic, but it's certainly true that details are pretty thin on the ground.

Luckily, some brave beta testers have been drip feeding us with information that offers a better idea of what to expect. Most notably, ten titles have been added to the service, bringing the available games up to 20. The new additions include:

What's more, a handful of leaked screenshots show off a rental system that'll allow you to borrow any available game for one, seven, or 30 days. Obviously there are no prices attached yet, but the option itself is definitely intriguing.

What do you make of these freshly escaped images? Are you liking the sound of PlayStation Now, or will you reserve judgement until we get clearer information on a pricing structure? Broadcast your thoughts into the comments section below.

[via ign.com]