PlayStation Now has been floating around in its beta format for several months now. Most of the response to it has been positive with the exception of the pricing. One alternative that consumers have been asking for has been revealed and will help make the service more affordable.
There will be a subscription model available in two flavors. The choice between one or three months will cost $20 or $45, respectively. This will give access to approximately 100 games when the service launches on January 13th, but it will be limited to only the PS4. There will be a seven day trial period that players can use for free at its launch as well.
PlayStation Now has been compared, fairly or not, to the EA Access program. However, there are tangible differences between these services. The first and most obvious is that PS Now will be exclusive to PlayStation whereas EA Access
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