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PlayStation Now game streaming coming to PS3 starting May 12th


The wait is finally coming to an end for owners of the Sony PlayStation 3. Sony has confirmed the PlayStation Now game subscription service will be coming to the PS3 this month.

When the service launches on PS3 starting 12th of this month, you will be able to access a library of more than 100 popular games on your console. Not only will you be able to stream the games on your console, but also play them across multiple devices with cloud saves.

PlayStation Now is a paid service but when it launches on PS3 next week, you will have the option of trying the service for free for a period of 7 days. If you choose to continue using the service, you will need to pay $20 monthly. Sony also plans to expand the service to more devices in the near future and will be adding more games to the library.

Free games offered for this month are Fat Princess, F1 2014, Sanctum 2, Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce, and Farming Simulator.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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