Sony has today announced five new games, and a number of compatible devices, that are coming to its streaming service PlayStation Now.
Leading the list is Naughty Dog’s acclaimed Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, along with the fan-favorite fighter Dead or Alive 5: Ultimate. Super Stardust HD from Housemarque is also making an appearance, next to Hustle Kings and Ninja Gaiden Sigma. The entire PS Now library can be found on its official website.
Along with the new list of games, Sony announced that the streaming service will now be available to consumers via PS3, PS4, 2015 Sony Blu-ray Players, and many of Sony’s newest smart TVs. No word was given as to when PS Vita owners can access PS Now, but those interested can access Sony’s FAQ to see which of their devices are compatible.
With these new additions, PS Now is offering fans roughly 115 games (currently made up of exclusively of PS3 titles) for streaming, both in a subscription payment model as well as singular game purchases. Subscriptions currently sit at a price between 15 and 20 dollars a month, depending on the number of months you pre-purchase.
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