PlayStation Now: Sony Lowers Price and adds New Games

Play PS3 and PS4 games on the computer

With PlayStation Now you have a kind of Netflix for games and stream more than 600 games to your PS4 or your PC. Was the previous monthly fee too expensive for you? Maybe you’ll think about it now because Sony lowers the price and adds new games.

Sony is lowering the price of the PlayStation Now gaming streaming service from 17 to 15 euros per month, according to an official press release from the Japanese company.

With this announcement, Sony also names other titles that expand the game catalog of PlayStation Now. The most prominent “newcomers” are probably titles like Fallout: New Vegas or NBA 2K16.

PlayStation Now With New Games

  • Fallout: New Vegas
  • NBA 2K16
  • Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance
  • Tricks Towers
  • Divinity Original Sin – Enhanced Edition
  • Pix the Cat
  • Guilty Gear XRD – Revelator
  • OlliOlli2: Welcome to Olliwood
  • The Bug Butcher

These titles “join” many other games that are already available. These include Exkluisvtitel such as The Last of Us, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves or Killzone: Shadow case.

PlayStation Now allows you to stream PS3 titles to your PS4 or Windows PC without downloading or inserting a disc. Instead, the titles are streamed to your computer – similar to Netflix or Amazon Video.

Do not you have a console yet? We’ll show you where to buy a cheap PS4. It might be worth it because it will take a while until a PS5 arrives. You can see all the critical rumors about the upcoming Sony console on our review of the PlayStation 5.

If you are also interested in virtual reality, you should know PlayStation VR. We also show you in a list all games for PSVR.

Source: https://www.netzwelt.de

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