If you want to be able to stream music while you play your games, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple has since launched Apple Music on Sony’s PS5 console. This means that as long as you have an active subscription to Apple Music, you’ll be able to stream music on demand through the console.

According to Sony, “Starting today, PS5 users with an Apple Music subscription can enjoy more than 90 million songs from Apple Music, tens of thousands of curated playlists, music videos in 4K, Apple Music Radio streaming today’s hits, classics, and country live, and personalized playlists based on your music preferences. PS5 offers seamless integration with the Apple Music streaming service with background music and music video playback, so players can listen before, during, or after their gameplay session.”

Apple Music is priced starting at $9.99 per month for individual plans, or $99 a year if you opt for annual billing. There is also a cheaper plan of $4.99 a month if you can prove you’re a college student, or $14.99 a month for families. Apple Music is also included in the Apple One bundle starting at $14.95 a month, so basically as long as you have any of those subscriptions, you’re good to go.

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