Sony is at it again, with a price of $99 for 12 months of PlayStation Now.
- PlayStation came along as a result of a failed cooperation between Nintendo and Sony
- In 2002, a man from the UK legally changed his name to PlayStation 2
- He also wanted to marry his console, but no vicars would perform the service
- The 2011 hacker attacks on Sony’s database caused the company a whopping $171.7 million
- The original PlayStation 2 model design was based on a 1993 prototype Atari console called the Falcon030 Microbox
You keep seeing Sony in the news lately, and for good reason. The company is rapidly becoming one of the most positively advertised tech giants, and they are aware of it.
After already cutting the prices for the PS4 system once, for Black Friday, the company did it again starting yesterday, bringing two PS4 bundles to $300 each.
And now they are at it again, with a price of $99 for 12 months of PlayStation Now.
After teasing us with some new Ratchet and Clank gameplay footage and introducing the Star Wars and Uncharted bundles for $50 cheaper than during Black Friday, Sony decided not to let go of their holiday spirit, and to surprise its fans with even more offers.
Starting tomorrow, December 8th, you will be able to get a 12 month subscription to PlayStation Now for 99 dollars. That’s right, you’ll be able to access hundreds of PS3 games, as well all of the offered PS4 games, for 55% less than usual.
If you already own a subscription, it’s not a problem, because Sony will allow you to extend your subscription to the 12 month one. And you can even get a seven days free trial, in case you need more convincing.
Along with the PlayStation Now subscription offer, December 8th will also make nine more games available to its subscribed users: Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham Origins, FEAR, Lego Batman: The Videogame, Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Lego Harry Potter Year 1-4, Lego Harry Potter: Year 5-7, Lego Movie Videogame, Injustice: Gods Among Us, and Mortal Kombat.
The company made a point to announce that the offer will only be temporary, but they did not say for how long their generosity will extend.
If we were to look at their PlayStation Now subscriptions, however, we would probably see the reason behind the offer. They have gone down significantly lately, as there’s been a shortage of PS 4 exclusives.