Sony slipped one of their own announcements during the CES madness earlier today and that was the announcement of some new details for their upcoming PlayStation Now subscription service.
First launched in the beta form in the US, the service allows users to access 150+ PS3 games in the cloud, all in trade for a simple monthly subscription.
We now know how that subscription will be when it is launched to the public on January 13th.
From that date PlayStation 4 owners will be able to subscribe to the service for a monthly fee, which then allows them to access all of the PlayStation 3 games that are on offer for as long as they want and as often as they want so long as they have an active subscription.
All of that will be available for $19.99 per month, or $44.99 it you pay for three months at a time, which seems to be quite expensive, so we will have to see how well it does when it launches later this month in the US.
PlayStation Now will be accessible through the PS4, PS3, PS Vita, PlayStation TV and select Sony Bravia and Samsung TVs from launch.
As of yet we do only know details for the US, however we assume that the UK will be able to access the PlayStation Now service at some point later this year.
Source: PlayStation Blog