PlayStation Now launching all-access service coming this January

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Sony has announced that it will launch a PlayStation Now all-access subscription service in North America by January 13 for owners of the PlayStation 4, according to their latest blog post.

Before this offer, PlayStation Now users for several months have only been able to rent games. Once launched, this will provide gamers unlimited access to an online catalog of over 100 PlayStation 3 titles, ranging from action to RPG and more.

There are two subscription plans available: one month for $19.99, and three months for $44.99 (roughly making it $15 per month, compared to a one-month subscription). If you wish to try the service first before buying your way in, Sony offers a free seven-day trial for this program.

As stated on the post, the subscription program will have growing support from their publishing partners like SCE Worldwide Studios, Warner Brothers, SEGA, and even indie developers, which will launch games for the said subscription service. You can view some of the key titles below by clicking on the image for a larger size.

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The list of games available will reportedly grow over time.

Sony will also provide a free PlayStation Now theme for PS4 users by early January. If the theme is downloaded before the end of January, the user is then entitled to a chance to win a one-year subscription to PlayStation Now service.

It was also mentioned that the subscription service will come to other PlayStation Now enabled devices in the future.

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