The subscription based service is already available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and even select Samsung smart TVs. According to the Verge, the users can now stream titles for USD 19.99 subscription option and with a seven-day free trial. In addition there is a UI update.

Also, PlayStation Now has added five more games to its library, which now spans over 125 titles. The games included are Dynasty Warriors 8, MX vs. ATV Supercross, Bomberman Ultra, The Last Guy and God of War III.

The new 1TB PlayStation 4 (PS4) computer entertainment system is also made available for sale. The weight of the new PS4 system has been reduced by 10 percent and the power consumption by 8 percent, compared to the current PS4 model. In addition, the surface of the new PS4 system’s HDD bay cover will come in a matte finish, giving the system a more casual look.

With the new system, users can continue to enjoy unique and interactive entertainment experiences only available on PlayStation, including the wide array of game titles and strong network offerings.

The PS4 system’s games portfolio will continue to expand with highly anticipated titles from third-party publishers as well as SCE Worldwide Studios such as SENGOKU BASARA4 SUMERAGI (CAPCOM CO., LTD.), METAL GEAR SOLID V: THE PHANTOM PAIN (Konami Digital Entertainment Co., Ltd.), GOD OF WAR III Remastered, Until Dawn, and The Tomorrow Children.

Sony will continue to expand the world of PS4 to deliver entertainment experiences that are only possible on PlayStation. Sony has also updated its PlayStation app for iOS and Android with a couple of nifty features. The first is the ability to enter PSN gift cards and promotional codes, so users no longer have to power on their PS4 to redeem them. The second is the option to display comments on their phone or tablet while they are broadcasting from the console perhaps a simpler way to keep their streaming setup neat and tidy.