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PlayStation Now Pricing Details Outed?

Posted on Monday, March 10 @ 08:30:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Ever since Sony unveiled PlayStation Now earlier this year, gamers have been dying to know exactly how Sony plans to charge for its streaming service. If an image on the newly redesigned Gaikai website is any indication, Uncharted 3 and Far Cry 3 rentals may cost $4.99 and $5.99, respectively.
 


It's worth noting, of course, that this could be nothing more than a mock-up designed specifically to showcase what the service may look like. That said, it is exciting to see the little PlayStation Now logo attached to games in this hypothetical storefront. You'll notice that neither The Last of Us or BioShock Infinite have the blue triangle on their panels in the image, implying that they likely aren't available for rent.

What are your thoughts on PlayStation Now? Are you concerned about connectivity and stability issues? What price point would have you sold on the service?

[Via VG247]



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