Sony Interactive Entertainment has shown its commitment to game streaming by cutting the price of PlayStation Now in half.
Previously, PlayStation Now cost $19.99 a month in the US, but a new price cut has brought that down to $9.99. Other territories have a slightly less generous reduction; from 12.99 a month down to 8.99 in the UK, for example, and from 14.99 to 9.99 in much of Europe.
The value proposition of PlayStation Now has been further strengthened by the addition of what SIE is calling "marquee games" -- the kind of high-profile blockbusters that have not been a common sight on Sony's on-demand platform before now.
Marquee games will be available for three months at a time. The first wave is God of War, Grand Theft Auto V, inFamous Second Son and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, which will be available until January 2, 2020.