Sony has just announced it is drastically cutting the price of its PlayStation Now service across the board. For example, the monthly price is, in some regions, now half of what it once was. In addition, more recent releases will be appearing in waves on the service.
All of the PlayStation Now price drops were announced on the PlayStation Blog, and the changes can be seen in the list below. Paying these fees will allow you to download up to 300 PlayStation 4 games to a PlayStation 4 or stream PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4 games on a PlayStation 4 or PC.
- Canada: A subscription is now $12.99 a month, $34.99 a quarter, or $79.99 per year. It used to be $19.99, $44.99, and $99.99.
- Europe: A subscription is now €9.99 a month, €24.99 a quarter, or €59.99 per year. It used to be €14.99 per month and €99.99 per year.
- Japan: A subscription is now ¥1,180 a month, ¥2,980 a quarter, or ¥6,980 per year. It used to be ¥2,500 per month and ¥5,900 per quarter.
- United States: A subscription is now $9.99 a month, $24.99 a quarter, or $59.99 per year. It used to be $19.99, $44.99, and $99.99.
- UK: A subscription is now £8.99 a month, £22.99 a quarter, or £49.99 per year. It used to be £12.99 per month and £84.99 per year.
In addition, Sony confirmed four games that will be available until January 2, 2020. People can now play God of War, Grand Theft Auto V (which includes Grand Theft Auto Online), inFamous: Second Son, and Uncharted: A Thief’s End.
PlayStation Now is available on the PlayStation 4 and PC.