Having launched for the PlayStation 4 back in January, Sony’s PlayStation Now service will be finally coming for the PlayStation 3 next week.
Consumers in North America will be able to sign up for a subscription on May 12 for $19.99 per month, or three months for $44.99.
PlayStation Now allows paying members to stream older titles from previous consoles on their new hardware. It currently houses more than a hundred PlayStation 3 titles.
Sony has confirmed that when the service launches on the PlayStation 3, it will offer consumers the option of a seven-day trial.
The catalog of games is being increased every month. In April, Sony expanded it library by adding five games: Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, Super Stardust HD, Hustle Kings, Ninja Gaiden Sigma and Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate.
For the month of May, Sony is including F1 2014, Fat Princess, Sanctum 2, Farming Simulator, and Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce.
You can head over to Sony’s official website to browse through a complete list of games.