Last year Sony launched its PlayStation Now game streaming service for the PlayStation consoles. At launch the service had over 100 titles which included both blockbuster hits and indie games. Obviously the collection of games offered through this service will increase and Sony has announced that five additional titles are being added to the PlayStation Now lineup.
The five new titles that have been added to the library today bring the total number of games on PlayStation Now to 109. Titles include God of War II HD, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.
This service is particularly great for those PlayStation 4 owners who never had a PlayStation 3 or just missed out on these titles for the previous console. Sony now has subscription pricing for PlayStation Now.
Gamers can pay $19.99 per month to stream as many games as they want or they can pay $44.99 for the same privilege which lasts three months, bringing the cost down to $15 per month.
The latest update for PlayStation Now’s library adds God of War II HD, Red Faction: Armageddon, Galaga Legions DX, Arcana Heart 3 as well as Uncharted 2: Among Thieves.
PlayStation Now requires a pretty decent internet connection to stream games. Anything with 5MB or more down is going to be good enough to get things going.