Sony's PlayStation Now game streaming subscription sees massive price cut for limited time

And now 12 Months $99

Sony will be offering a very significant deal for the PlayStation Now service, which allows users to stream PS3 games to their PS4, Vita and some other select devices. The deal kicks off tomorrow, December 8th.

Up until now, the PS Now service had been seen as a very interesting addition to the PlayStation 4, but one that was tragically out of reach for lots of people, thanks to its high price tag and experimental nature. But Sony is sweetening the deal considerably by offering a new yearly subscription for $99. As the company notes, that’s more than 55% off of its regular monthly price.

At less than $9 per month, the PlayStation Now service may well prove much more appealing, even if it is somewhat of an open beta for now. And to make things a bit more enticing, Sony is also offering new games that will be streamable, including the Batman series of games, Mortal Kombat titles and a bunch of LEGO games.

The only downside to the whole thing is that the company is only testing the waters for now and this deal seems to be a limited-time offer. So if any of this sounds appealing to you, you might want to jump on board sooner rather than later.

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