All new PlayStation Now customers will receive a hefty 50 percent discount from Sony in a new promotion offer.
Well guess now is a good time for ps now.
I always thought it was a good deal, just for $10 dollars, you get lot's of games. You can even download games now
Yeah, but you would have to be pretty dumb to pay $10 for a month, when the yearly is $60 i.e. $5 a month.
That's a phenomenal deal, one year for the price of a discounted game, less than Avengers Endgame edition, £2 per month! Whilst I don't have that much time to play i will resubscribe because it's nice to dip into stuff and there will be at least one big game over the next year. -What's interesting is WHY is Sony doing this, maybe it's trying to determine if price is the only factor to get many more people to subscribe or if it will need to change strategy with it.
still not worth it probably the most useless service, with the shitty games they put on there
when's the last time you looked at the library? I mean, say I want to play Metal Gear Solid HD Collection and Metal Gear Solid 4, but don't have a PS3, how useless is the service then? Also, consider this, some people can't afford to buy a lot of games, but for an annual price of less than the cost of a current-gen game they can choose from a pretty impressive library of games. Final Fantasy VII Remastered is on there and so is Bloodborne. Doesn't seem like such a bad deal and now apparently you get a 50% discount.
Last of Us Part 2 FFVIII Remastered Fallout 76 Desperados 3 Bloodborne Horizon Zero Dawn Detroit Become Human Stranded Deep Steep Infamous Second Son Until Dawn All God of Wars except last one And much much more... I've used PSNow (and GamePass) since both services released, and have always appreciated it, even more sine PS4 and PS2-games could be downloaded which is over 2 years since.
I definitely disagree, it's 30 bucks and you get ton of access to a lot games. I played brother tale, ratchets I missed, avengers, fallout 4. Tons of games.
Judging from your previous comments. It is clear that you are anti-PS and super xbox fan-girl. So why bother posting in every Sony related topic? Relax and enjoy gaming on your Xbox. .
Not for someone like me who doesn't like subscriptions, but if you're someone who does, is there a better option anywhere? You can't really say with a straight face that Game Pass has a better library, lol. So what else is better? Edit- Judging by your replies, I now see it was a mistake to take this comment in good faith.
Red Dead 2, Nioh 2, Last of Us part 2, Wreckfest, and about 600 other games say otherwise.
LMAO someones jelly its got hundreds more games than GamePass and more top rated titles too! That salt is telling!
It seems like it's only available in "Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Finland, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Switzerland, and Norway". Double checked and it's in 'select European countries'
Yeah, i would gladly try it, but they never bothered expanding it to the rest of Europe.
The installable games run well. The streaming games have a lot of problems especially if a lot of action happening on screen. It's a shame because it's a way to play Oblivion via ps5.
Did you try streaming the PS3-games after the latest update to PSNow? Before I could barely play the God of Wars and Heavenly Sword but sins update it's extremly good, at least with wired 1000/1000 connection.
I'll give it a shot. When I was playing Starhawk and accelerating in a vehicle, the connection seemed to drop and id actually get a black/static screen for a moment.
Not valid in US apparently
Well I'm from Portugal and there is no discount here, my Ps store doesn't mention any discount it's still 59,90€
That’s for Europeans only apparently
They should have done this at the start of the covid pandemic and also why didn't they make "dreams" a ps plus title at the start of the pandemic also? Dreams would have been great if it was a ps plus game 18months ago for us all stuck at home ?
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