The PlayStation Now subscription service has been announced, and while you can sign up for a free trial if you’re already an Amazon Prime member, the subscription service doesn’t require a PlayStation Plus membership.
However, if you don’t already have a PlayStation Now membership, you can add it to your existing subscription.
The service offers an assortment of digital content, including books, audiobooks, movies, and video games.
For instance, you’ll be able to purchase books from Amazon for $1.99 and add them to your subscription for $14.99.
If you already have the subscription and don’t want to add it, you’re still able to do so for $0.99 per month, which includes an unlimited number of titles.
The $1/month price is currently $99.99, and the free trial will be available for the next 90 days.
For $14/month, you will get a choice of up to 25 titles that are available in a single Amazon Prime video-on-demand or Kindle book store, including new titles by some of the big-name authors, and they’ll be delivered to your inbox on your PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, or PS3 console.
You can also get an audio or video library with Amazon Music, Amazon Video, Amazon Instant Video, or Amazon Prime Music.
You’ll also be able subscribe to a library of books and audiobits for free through Amazon.com, which you can do by going to your account settings and signing up for the free subscription.
Amazon’s PlayStation Now service will work on all of the PS4, PS Vita, and PS3 consoles, and it’s a great way to take advantage of the console’s features.
Amazon is offering a free 30-day trial of the service to existing PlayStation Now subscribers.
You also get a free month of PlayStation Plus for those who are already members.
It’s worth noting that the PS Now subscription requires an Amazon account, but it does not require a subscription to the PS3.
This is a free service, and you can choose to subscribe for as little as $0, $2, or $10/month depending on your current PlayStation Plus subscription.
It will be interesting to see how this service pans out for the rest of the industry.
The PS4 and PS Vita will be making an appearance at the E3 show, so expect a few new titles and an update on the PlayStation Now launch, if not, you could check out our preview of PS4-powered games.