The Playstation Blog has announced that more countries will be joining Playstation Now soon, these include Spain, Italy, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden.
Playstation Now Announced for Spain, Italy, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden
Gamers rejoice as Playstation Now is extending it’s availability, currently the service is available in UK, Germany, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Luxembourg and Ireland. New countries are going to be able to access Playstation Now which includes Spain, Italy, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden. The service provides access to over 600+ games from PS4, PS3 and PS2 eras.
Players from these countries can now register for PS Now beta which will start in February 2019, and will be able to enjoy up to 600 titles from the full list of games that will be available at launch. If you wish to sign up simply head to the PS Now beta registration site.
The PS Now subscription allows players to stream from a library of games from PS2, PS3 or PS4 and be able to play them on PS4 or Windows PC. You can also download PS4 and PS2 games directly to your console if you prefer to play offline.
The collection boasts “something on offer for every type of player” with a number of genres to choose from. Recently such titles as Prey, For Honor, Mafia III and DiRT 4 have been added.
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