Sony has reduced the price of PlayStation Now to $9.99. It has also added new games to its catalogue such as Grand Theft Auto V and God of War.
Gamers are in for a treat as PlayStation Now’s price has been reduced. Sony, the parent company of PlayStation Now announced today that the streaming service will now be offered at $9.99 instead of $19.99. The annual price is changed from $99.99 to $59.99 whereas the quarterly price changed from $44.99 to $24.99.
The price cut is not the only thing gamers should be excited about regarding the PlayStation Now. There will be new games added to the streaming service as well. PlayStation Now currently has 800 titles in its catalogues from the vaults of PlayStation 1, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Sadly most of the games available are not new. However there have been four recent additions to the streaming service. The games that have been added are Uncharted 4, Infamous: Second Son, Grand Theft Auto V and God of War.
The good news is that they are critically acclaimed games available on the streaming service. The bad news is that they will only be available until 2nd January, 2020. Sony has said that while it will offer a selection of new and popular games each month, they will only be available for a limited time period.
Sony has played a smart move by lowering the cost of PlayStation Now. It is pertinent to mention here that competitors such as Xbox Game Pass, UbiSoft Uplay+ and Apple Arcade are also available at good at affordable rates. Those gaming streaming services offer great offers too hyping up the competition. The competition is only going to grow further with Microsoft, Google and EA also launching similar services pretty soon.