Here's some great news for Sony and PlayStation fans: Sony has just announced that the company's streaming service PlayStation Now will be made available on PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV, from 4 August.

Going forward, the overall list of supported devices for the service will continue to expand for Sony's 2015 TV models.

The PlayStation Now service requires subscribers to pay $20 per month and experience PS3 titles on their platform via cloud streaming.

Currently, there are more than 125 games available in the PS Now library, including recent additions such as Dynasty Warriors 8, MX vs ATV Supercross, Bomberman Ultra, God of War III and The Last Guy.

While the service is sure to excite fans, it must be said here that some games will come under the pre-defined subscription model and others will require players to rent them out separately (titles like Final Fantasy XIII-2, Hitman: Contracts HD, Mass Effect 2 and so on).

Stay tuned for more updates!

[Source: Gamingbolt, PlayStation Official]

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