Playstation Now Reduces Subscription Cost

Akihabara News (Tokyo) — Sony’s PlayStation Now, the first and only console game subscription service using cloud technology to deliver games through streaming and downloading, has reduced its subscription prices from October 1 and has added new games to the library.

The new prices will be as follows:

US: $9.99 – monthly / $24.99 – quarterly / $59.99 – yearly
CAN: $12.99 – monthly / $34.99 – quarterly / $79.99 – yearly
EU: €9.99 – monthly / €24.99 – quarterly / €59.99 – yearly
UK: £8.99 – monthly / £22.99 – quarterly / £49.99 – yearly
JP: ¥1,180 – monthly / ¥2,980 – quarterly / ¥6,980 yearly

Current customers will see this new pricing reflected in their next billing cycle.

Playstation Now currently has the largest game library of any console game subscription service, with more than 800 games available. The new games available for three months are as follows:

-God of War
-Grand Theft Auto V
-inFAMOUS Second Son
-Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

These games will be available from October 1, 2019 until January 2, 2020. Each month, the service will add a new selection of games that will be available for a limited period. This content is on top of the existing offering of popular evergreen titles.

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