Followed by PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and PlayStation TV, the Open Beta delivers PlayStation 3 games across various platforms with flexible rental option
Sony Computer Entertainment today announced that PlayStation Now (PS Now), the company's streaming game service which leverages cloud-based technology, is now in Open Beta testing for PS4 users in the mainland United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) and parts of Canada. The service will expand to PlayStation 3 (PS3) systems from September, followed by PlayStation Vita, and also PlayStation TV by the end of this year in the US and Canada.
During the PS Now Open Beta, PS4 users will see a diverse library of more than 100 titles to rent, with more added regularly. PS Now will offer a variety of rental periods depending on the game, including 7-days, 30-days or 90-days, as well as a short 4-hour duration, so players can sample the experience first.