Sony’s PlayStation Now game streaming service has long been open to PC gamers. They could use the service to play PS games on PC. However, the PS Now library didn’t have any PlayStation 4 titles. That has changed today as PS4 games have now been added to the PS Now list. This means that you can now play PS4 games on PC with PS Now.

The company announced today that the game streaming service’s library has more than 500 titles as of today. It’s also the first time that the library has added current-generation titles. Sony promises to add more PS4 games down the line in addition to the regular monthly content drops.

On popular demand, Sony is also bringing back its $9.99 intro offer for new PlayStation Now subscribers only. They can get the first month for $9.99 and the 1 year subscription for $99.99. This offer ends September 22nd, 2017.

PlayStation Now subscribers get access to more than 500 titles from the PS3 and PS4. Titles include Killzone Shadow Fall, God of War 3 Remastered, Ultra Street Fighter IV, Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition, Castlestorm Definitive Edition, and many more.

More PlayStation features can now be accessed via PS Now. Players can unlock both PS3 and PS4 trophies, send and receive multiplayer invites, and their friends list can now view their gameplay status updates. PS4 save files can now be copied back and forth between the PS Plus cloud storage and the PS Now cloud save storage.

Filed in Gaming. Read more about Playstation Now, Playstation Plus and Sony. Source: blog.us.playstation

Related Articles on Ubergizmo