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Sony has announced that PlayStation 4 owners living in the US or Canada will be able to sign up to a monthly PlayStation Now subscription costing $19.99, starting next week.
Previously, access to each individual title on the service had been billed in hourly (every four hours), weekly, monthly or quarterly increments. Now, for just under $20 per month, gamers can get access to the whole catalogue instead, which represents better value for money for frequent users.
There’s also a $44.99 option for three-months’ access when the option goes live on January 13, and Sony says there are more than 100 titles ready to stream now.
➤ PlayStation Now Subscription Program: All The Details [via The Verge]
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