PlayStation Now access will be expanding in Europe, Sony has revealed. Previously only available to a handful of countries including the UK, Ireland, France, and Belgium, the service will soon be available to gamers in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Sweden.
The official launch date is yet to be confirmed, but Sony will be sending out PS Now beta invites to players in those countries to get early access to the streaming service in February.
We’ll confirm a launch date for these new regions soon, but in the meantime we’re inviting gamers in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Sweden to register for the PS Now beta, due to start in early February and enjoy access up to 600 titles from the full list which will be available at launch and provide their feedback.
Visit the PS Now beta registration site to sign up to the PS4 beta.
A PS Now subscription lets you stream your next PS2, PS3 or PS4 adventure on PS4 or Windows PC or, if you prefer, download PS4 and PS2 games to your console for offline play in full native resolution.