Sony’s cloud game streaming service PlayStation Now has been limited to the company’s consoles since it arrived and it’s currently available to users in just a handful of markets. The company is gradually expanding the service’s reach and the next step in that endeavor is to bring it to PlayStation TV and the PlayStation Vita handheld. Sony has announced today that PlayStation Now for PS Vita and PS TV has now been released.
PlayStation Now provides on-demand streaming access to more than 125 games on PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV, today’s announcement also adds five new titles to the streaming library. The new titles include God of War III, MX vs. ATV Supercross, Dynasty Warriors 8, The Last Guy and Bomberman Ultra.
Sony has also expanded the list of PS Now enabled devices, many of the latest 2015 Sony TVs now support the game streaming service. Other devices include Samsung Smart TVs, Sony Blu-ray players, PS Vita and PS TV.
PS Now has been available on the Vita and PS TV in beta form for a few months now but today the service is formally being launched on these devices. Those who would like to stream games regularly can go with monthly subscriptions for games in the PlayStation Now streaming library. Sony also provides a one week free trial to all new PS Now subscribers before they’re required to pay anything.