Sony has this week announced that its PlayStation Now streaming service will be expanding throughout Europe and soon be available in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden. Sony is now accepting registration for the public beta, starting in early February, and access over 600 games from the PS4, PS3 and PS2 eras. “Today we’re happy to announce that the PlayStation Now service will roll out to new territories across Europe later this year”.
We’ll confirm a launch date for these new regions soon, but in the meantime we’re inviting gamers in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Sweden to register for the PS Now beta, due to start in early February and enjoy access up to 600 titles from the full list which will be available at launch and provide their feedback.
To register your interest in partaking in the PS Now beta jump over to the official PS Now beta registration website by following the link below.
“Please note that completing this enrolment form does not guarantee a place on the PS Now Beta. Invitations are at Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe’s (SIEE’s) discretion. We will only contact successful applicants regarding the PS Now Beta. Your participation in the PS Now Beta is subject to a Confidential Pre-Release Testing Agreement. Please read the terms carefully before submitting this form. In particular, please note that you must keep all information about this beta confidential, and you must be 18 years old or over to participate.”
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