PlayStation Now has come on leaps and bounds since its initial launch early in the generation, boosted significantly by the introduction of the ability to download games as well as stream them. With a gigantic and growing catalogue of games to choose from, it's the most popular game subscription service right now. Unfortunately, certain territories have been missing out this whole time, with several major European countries not able to take advantage of PS Now. Today, Sony has finally announced plans to remedy this.
Over on the PlayStation Blog, the platform holder has stated that it intends to hold a beta test for PS Now in the following countries: Spain, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Finland, and Sweden. The beta will take place in early February, and you can sign up to take part by following this link. Further down the line, the service will launch in full in the aforementioned regions, but Sony has yet to provide a firm date.
Still, this is a positive step forwards for PlayStation Now, and hopefully PS4 fans in the above countries will be able to utilise it soon. Have you been waiting for PS Now support where you live? Stream your thoughts down to the comments below.