Sony has finally revealed more information for their game-streaming service Playstation Now. Subscriptions will be split into two different branches – a one month subscription will cost you $20, while a three month subscription will set you back $45.
The service will launch in North America on January 13th and the subscription service grants users access to an immense back catalogue of games. At launch, the PS Now catalogue will offer 100 PS3 games to subscribers. The service will upgrade in the future however to include games from other platforms.
There will be a seven day free trial for users deciding whether or not they want to subscribe to the service.
Playstation Now Director of Marketing Peter Jamshidi wrote on the PS Blog: “PlayStation Now subscription will have strong and growing support from our publishing partners, and at launch you’ll find great games in your catalog from the likes of SCE Worldwide Studios, Warner Brothers, SEGA, and many others, including indie developers.”
Unfortunately, Sony had no information for EU gamers looking to get their hands on the service.