PlayStation Now may be hugely frustrating on occasion, but it is also a triumph that offers a small pointer to the future of the industry. It has been a long time coming, but we can finally say that the service is now available on the PS Vita handheld and the PlayStation TV. That means users with either of those two products will have access to the 125 titles to stream from the PlayStation Now network.
Wait a minute you may be thinking, I have been rocking PS Now for some time… and yes, maybe you have, but that was the beta version. This new release is the full service raring to go and comes after it landed on the PS3 in May… the PlayStation 4 has of course had it a lot longer.
Sony is sweetening the subscription based service in a number of ways. You stream a game across multiple device these days, while the company has also added five new titles to the mix. Dynasty Warriors 8, MX vs. ATV Supercross, Bomberman Ultra, and The Last Guy are four of them and the fifth is God of War 3.
Yes, the PlayStation 3 classic hit is available to stream as much as you want as long as you are subscribed. If you want to get back down with Kratos and his antics or see the other 125 titles on the PlayStation Now service, Sony is offering a one week free trial, so what are you waiting for?