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PlayStation Now availability extends to more European countries

The PlayStation Now service will extend to more European countries next month, but Australia will remains in the dark.

As per the PlayStation Blog, we now know that the PlayStation Now streaming service, providing access to a library of over 600 multi-generational PlayStation games, will be available to those in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Sweden.

Those in the countries above can head here and sign up for a PS4-only beta.

For those in countries where PlayStation Now is already established, subscribers can stream PS2, PS3 and PS4 games across both PS4 and Windows PC.

We’ve gone to Sony to ask why Australians still don’t have access to the PlayStation Now service and will report back as more is known.



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