PlayStation Now For $100 A Year: Sony Throws Hundreds Of Streaming Games On …

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PlayStation Now For $100 A Year: Sony Throws Hundreds Of Streaming Games On The Table For Half The Price.

Video game console maker Sony has a treat for those that have picked up its PS4 console or any other device compatible with its PlayStation Now streaming service. For a little over $8 a month, owners of a PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation TV as well as select Sony and Samsung televisions, can get access to hundreds of PlayStation 3 titles, such as “Batman: Arkham Asylum,” “The LEGO Movie Videogame” and “Mortal Kombat.” New games are added to the service on a regular basis.

The annual subscription is a significant savings compared to existing subscription options — one month for $19.99 ($239.88 per year) and three months for $44.99 ($179.96). Sony announced the PlayStation Now price cut and the service’s new selection of playable Warner Bothers game this past weekend during The PlayStation Experience. PlayStation Now is the streaming service that allows owners of the PS4, PS Vita and buyers of select Sony televisions and Blu-ray players to stream video games directly to their computer from Sony’s servers.

The console maker generally has a trend of keeping these services rolled out to users for a week or ten days to the max, so it should be right to get the offer as soon as possible. The discount is for new comers and old users alike; Sony is encouraging even those who’ve already picked up a subscription already to take advantage of the savings. Batman Arkham Asylum, Batman Arkham Origins, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Mortal Kombat, FEAR, The Lego Movie Videogame, Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and Lego Batman: The Videogame are all available to PlayStation Now subscribers. As such, it’s best if potential buyers purchase their subscriptions now directly from the PlayStation Store using the same PlayStation Network account that’s connected to their console.

PlayStation Now lets PS4 users stream their PS3 games, complete with their saves and Trophies, if they don’t still have a PS3 console in their household. The theory it seems to be working under is that bringing Xbox 360 games their related content to the Xbox One gives users a reason to stay with Xbox rather than purchasing a PS3.

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