PlayStation Now is lastly set to reach in Australia and New Zealand, if a brand new PlayStation web site promotion is to be believed. As noticed by PlayStation Universe, the New Zealand web site now has an space devoted to the subscription service, suggesting it could turn out to be accessible within the area pretty quickly.

The full subscription service has been accessible in North America, Japan and Europe since 2015, with an open beta working for even longer than that. More international locations have been added to the list in 2019 and PlayStation Now is at present accessible in Canada, United States, Japan, and 16 European international locations. It looks as if PS Now is lastly making inroads into the southern hemisphere a mere six years after its launch.

PlayStation Now is a subscription service that permits gamers entry to over 700 video games from the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. All of those video games could be streamed to a participant’s PS4 or PS5 console, though greater than 300 PS2 and PS4 video games can also be downloaded if gamers choose. A current replace has enabled gamers to stream games in 1080p in the event that they select, moderately than the earlier 720p cap.

New video games are added each month and the choice of video games within the service is continually altering. Some video games can be found completely while others are solely accessible for a restricted time period. The newest additions are Final Fantasy VII, Killing Floor 2, Windbound, Moonlighter, and Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Definitive Edition. More Final Fantasy games are resulting from be added to the service over the approaching months. Unfortunately, Borderlands 3 shall be eliminated on the finish of the month on September 30. World War Z and The Witcher 3 left PlayStation Now final week.

How quickly Australia and New Zealand will be capable of make use of PlayStation Now is unknown, however Sony is unlikely so as to add a devoted space to the web site if it wasn’t coming quickly. As standard, we’ll you should definitely let you recognize as quickly as we hear extra.

[Source: PlayStation.com through PlayStation Universe]