With the PlayStation Plus monthly additions already out in the open – set to be made available today on PlayStation Store – Sony has switched gears to detail the newcomers to the company’s subscription-based PlayStation Now service for the month of April.
Encompassing five games in total, the content update is headlined by Naughty Dog’s acclaimed threequel, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, along with Housemarque’s rather excellent twin-stick shooter, Super Stardust HD. If high-octane fighting games are your cup of tea, fear not, for April will also herald the ability to stream the likes of Ninja Gaiden Sigma and Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate, while the PS Now content pack is rounded out by VooFoo Studios’ billiards-styled title, Hustle Kings.
As Sony continues to bolster the service with each passing month, the company has confirmed that this month for the first time PlayStation Now can be accessed on Sony Blu-Ray players in the States, and a select number of the Japanese giant’s TVs that came to market in 2014. As promised, the company will continue to work toward bringing the still-nascent service to more platforms in due time.
To offer would-be subscribers a taste of the streaming access, a 7-day trail is available through PlayStation Store. From that point on, PlayStation Now is priced at $19.99 per month, with a discount offered to those who sign up for three months at $44.99.
Tell us, what do you think of thee new additions for the month of April?
Source: PlayStation Blog