It has been some months now that one is able to rent games that they would like to play via PlayStation Now, and naturally, the question of whether a subscription model is coming our way would have been asked from time to time. Well, January 13th (not the most auspicious of numbers for some we’ll say) will see the launch of a subscription service for PlayStation Now which will deliver instant and unlimited access to a catalog of over a century of PS3 games.

Folks who happen to be rocking to PlayStation Now will be able to enjoy a certain freedom of discovering and playing a wide array of full games sans the pesky obstacles of downloads, installs, and patches. This subscription service will first be made available first on the PS4 across North America, before it will arrive to the rest of the PlayStation Now enabled devices down the road.

One will be able to choose from two subscription plans: opt for a one month for $19.99, or save 25% thereabouts for a three-month package at $44.99. The subscription itself will offer access to a large and diverse catalog of PS3 games, and the launch trailer above ought to provide you with a decent sneak peek. Taking advantage of the huge back catalogue is always a surefire way of making some money on the side. [Press Release]

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