PlayStation Now Subscriptions Launch on January 13th


Sony has finally announced the long awaited subscription plans for PlayStation Now today, set to arrive on January 13th. However, they may be asking for a bit more money than you’d like to part with.

The subscription plans will come in two forms starting out, giving potential subscribers the option of paying $20 for one month, or $44.99 for three months. When the program launches on the 13th, you’ll have the chance to enter a drawing to win a free year of PlayStation Now by downloading a preselected PlayStation Now theme so don’t miss out on that.

If you’re curious to see how the subscription service works and want to test it out first, Sony’s offering everyone a 7 day free trial as well. The current library of PsNow games includes over 100 titles, so you’re certainly getting your bang for your buck in terms of content, but $20 per month is a tad pricey in my opinion. If you’re already paying for PlayStation Plus, that’s $60 a year, and to run PsNow for a year it’ll be somewhere around $170-$240 a year. Add those together, and you’re paying anywhere from $230-$300 a year in subscription services.

It’ll be interesting to see if PlayStation Plus users are offered any sort of discount in the coming months. But, like I said, it’s essentially an unlimited library of games for $20 a month, so it’s certainly worth the cash.

We’ll be sure to keep you updated on anything else we hear regarding PlayStation Now so don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.


Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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