PlayStation Now Is Now Available In Denmark, Spain, and 5 More Countries

Sony has officially announced that the game streaming subscription, PlayStation Now, is now available in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, and Norway.

PlayStation Now for these countries has been under the beta test these past few months, and today, the game streaming service has become available to all PS4 players in these countries.

For those who are not yet a member or subscribed with the service, Sony is currently offering a seven-day free trial to test PlayStation Now. During this period, players will be able to access more than 650 games such as the top hit Mortal Kombat X, WWE 2k18, and more.

There are also numbers of PlayStation exclusive games that subscribers can play. These include some of the best games these past years like The Last of Us, Bloodborne, and God of War III Remastered.

PlayStation Now was initially released on July 2014 for PS4 in the US and Canada, followed by making the service available on PS4 on September 2014, and also making it accessible on PS4 and PS TV on October 2014.

By Amber Davis

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