Streaming service PlayStation Now has been quietly amassing an enormous software library, and in the United States it’s just topped 650 games. That’s a lot of content on-demand for a nominal monthly fee, with the platform holder putting the service on sale through 25th September.
From today, newcomers will be able to get their first month for $9.99, while PlayStation Plus subscribers can purchase three months for $29.99. Perhaps most temptingly, you’ll be able to get a year for $99.99, which is a sizeable upfront cost but it represents quite a large saving.
We still believe PlayStation Now is looking to the future rather than the here-and-now, but streaming is beginning to become a more viable content delivery mechanism – look no further than what Capcom’s doing with Resident Evil 7 on the Nintendo Switch.