PlayStation 3 users will be pleased to learn today that Sony has made their new PlayStation Now game streaming service available as an open beta development service for PlayStation 3 owners.
The new PS3 PlayStation Now open beta enables gamers to enjoy the ever growing library of PlayStation 3 games directly from Sony’s cloud servers, without the need to wait for games to download, installs, or be patched.
Sony explains : “PS3 users will now see PS Now titles integrated into PlayStation Store as part of the Open Beta. The library of PS Now games has grown to more than 150 titles, and will continue to grow as the service expands over time. I’m pleased to announce that God of War: Ascension, inFAMOUS, and the recently released Ultra Street Fighter IV are all coming soon to PS Now.
We are still in the early days of PS Now, but it’s been great to hear from users that have been pleased with the service’s performance. We want to thank everyone who has tried out PlayStation Now and encourage everyone to check it out. The service is still growing and evolving based on the feedback we’ve received from PS Now users. We recently reduced the pricing for select 4-hour rentals, and we are still working towards a PS Now subscription option.”
For more information on the new PS3 PlayStation Now open beta jump over to the PlayStation Blog website for details. PS Now also offers a variety of rental options depending on the game you are looking to play, enabling most for rent over an entire week for about $1 a day.
Source: PlayStation Blog
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