Sony has announced that PlayStation 4 owners will be able to stream and play over 100 older PlayStation 3 games for $19.99 a month in the newly revealed subscription option for its PlayStation Now service.
PlayStation Now has been in open beta for several months, but only gave PlayStation 4 owners the option to rent each PS3 game. This new service, which will debut on January 13, offers a Netflix-like option that lets PS4 owners stream a bunch of games for one subscription price. In addition to the $19.99 a month rate, Sony will also offer the PlayStation Now subscription service for $44.99 for three months, which equals about $15 a month.
Sony added, "We'll also offer a free seven-day trial to the subscription program when it launches." Some of the games included in the service are Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, BioShock Infinite, and Batman: Arkham City.
Source: PlayStation blog