PlayStation Now’s pricing never was quite right, with you only being able to rent titles instead of having say, instant access to hundreds of PS3 games in a similar way to how streaming video has evolved. From January 13th, PlayStation Now will take its first steps towards becoming a subscription service.
This doesn’t bundle in with PlayStation Plus, but instead comes as another subscription at $19.99 per month, or $44.99 for three months which saves you about $15 over that period.
There will be over 100 PS3 games available to stream to your PS4 when it launches, and the service will grow to include many more titles. There will be a seven day free trial to the subscription program when it launches for everyone.
If you’re keen to find out what those games are, there isn’t a list just yet but the image below does highlight many of the titles. It’s a bit small though.
Source: PS Blog