Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe (SIEE) has today announced that PlayStation Now (PS Now), the company’s game streaming service that leverages cloud-based technology is now available via PC.
PS Now brings a wide selection of PlayStation exclusive titles to PC for the very first time, alongside the best game experiences from third parties.
The service puts epic adventures, iconic characters and incredible PlayStation 3 games at players’ fingertips, allowing them to play immediately.

Players can download the PS Now Windows PC app from and browse the game library before signing in using their Sony Entertainment Network account.
PS Now currently features over 300 games covering a wide range of genres available from Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios (SIE WWS) and the industry’s best software developers and publishers.
Current titles include: Batman: Arkham Asylum (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment), Beyond: Two Souls (SIE WWS), Bioshock Infinite (2k Games, Inc), Borderlands (2K Games, Inc), Crazy Taxi (Sega), Flower (SIE WWS), Heavy Rain (SIE WWS), Journey (SIE WWS), The Last of Us (SIE WWS), The Lego Movie Videogame (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment), Ratchet & Clank: A Crack in Time (SIE WWS), Resident Evil Revelations (Capcom), Sonic Generations (Sega) and Unchartered Trilogy (SIE WWS).
PS Now is available on a subscription basis for £12.99/€16.99.

A free trial is available for those wishing to try the service before committing to a subscription.

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