Last night during Sony’s E3 2014 media presser, the publisher announced that PlayStation Now’s open beta will start this July for the PlayStation 4. Now in a press release, we now know the PS Now prices for games, too.
According to the press release, “there will be shorter rental periods priced as low as US$2.99, and most titles will be between US$2.99 and US$19.99.” What’s more, publishers and developers will be the ones to decide their respective games’ price point and that Sony Computer Entertainment plans to offer “subscription options in the future.”
Those without a PS4, Sony has said that “The accessibility of the service will continue to expand, and SCE will begin a private pilot service to people who own a PS Now compatible 2014 Sony TV in the US.” Those not in the US and Canada, SCE will continue to prepare for PS Now’s availability in Europe and Japan, but in as-of-yet unspecified date.
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Who’s planning on renting a few games using PS Now or is your PS3 still hooked to your TV for this very reason?