Playstation Now Drops Price and Adds Limited-Time Titles

Playstation Now Drops Price and Adds Limited-Time Titles

Last updated on October 4th, 2019

Sony has announced they are dropping the monthly price of Playstation Now to half, which means you can pick up a years subscription for $60.

Playstation Now Drops Price and Adds Limited-Time Titles

Previously PS Now cost subscribers $20 a month, but now it will be only $10 per month. Grabbing an annual subscription will now only set you back $60. This means you can play Playstation exclusives such as Bloodborne on PC through stream.

In addition to cutting the sub price in half, Sony are adding some additional titles to the subscription service as of today. These include some major titles such as God of War, Uncharted 4: Thief’s End, Infamous Second Son and Grand Theft Auto V. So if you haven’t picked up these titles previously and wanted to check them out, you can with PS Now. According to the Playstation website God of War and Uncharted 4, will be available until January 2nd, 2020.

These changes in pricing structure are quite drastic, it could be to compete with a number of new subscription services that are popping up on a number of platforms. Just recently Xbox Game Pass announced they are offering 6 months Premium Netflix subscriptions for new customers and they previously this year expanded to PC with a beta. How Sony will handle the next generation of console in terms of subscription services like this is also still a mystery.

If you’re diving into the highly acclaimed God of War be sure to check out our God of War content such as our 100% Strategy Guide and All Collectibles Guide.

For more news be sure to read next Bloodstained Gets Patch For Switch Port By “End Of November” and Pokemon Sword And Shield ‘Pokemon Live Camera: Glimwood Tangle’ Live Stream Set For October 4th. You can also read more Sony news in Playstation 5 Will Not Waste As Much Energy As Playstation 4.


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