Going forward, Sony said that it plans to make more "marquee games" available in PlayStation Now for a limited period. The game streaming service started out offering unlimited streaming for $19.99 a month, with the option to purchase three months at a time or a full year for significant savings.
Starting today, PS Now's USA price will be $9.99 a month, $24.99 for three months, or $59.99 per year - that's down from $19.99, $49.99, and $99.99 respectively before.
Price goes into effect in the next billing cycle.
Japan-based Sony also boosted the library of games that PlayStation Now users can access through its consoles or on personal computers powered by Windows software.
With the fifth anniversary of the service's launch fast approaching, Sony finally lowered the price of PS Now this week to better compete with Xbox Game Pass, Google Stadia, and Apple Arcade. Which game would you like to see the feature come to next? Initially, Sony refused, causing fans, press, and even Nintendo to question its decision, but the company soon did a U-turn and introduced an open cross-play beta starting with just Fortnite. More than 700 games can be played across PlayStation 2, 3, and 4 which have 300 downloadable PS4 titles. It now costs just £8.99 / $9.99 per month.
The most interesting thing about this patented technology is that the holographic display will be compatible with PlayStation, which implies that future PlayStation games could be played on a 3D holographic screen. Customers will be able to download the games or play them using the cloud.
War Thunder developer Gaijin Entertainment has revealed that it is still in the processing of looking at cross-play support between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players. This display could also be used for 2D content and Sony is also apparently aiming to allow one user view 3D content, while a second user watches the same content in 2D.