PlayStation Now will offer a limited-time only, 12-Month subscription for $99.99 starting December 8th.

Apart from announcing eight PS2 classics that’ll be available as digital downloads for the PS4, Sony also announced a new PlayStation Now subscription option at the PlayStation Experience 2015. Starting tomorrow i.e. December 8, PlayStation owners will be able to by a 12 month, all-you-can-play plan for $99.99.

In the company’s official blog post, Sony notes that this will allow gamers to save 55 percent of what they usually paid on a monthly basis. Currently, the PS Now streaming service has been regarded as rather expensive which costs $19.99 a month or $44.99 for three months.

“For less than $9 per month, you can now get access to hundreds of PS3 games, with new games added every month. If you’re a current PlayStation Now subscriber, you can purchase the 12-Month Subscription on PlayStation Store to extend your current 1-Month or 3-Month subscription,” Sony explains in the official blog post.

The company further added that it’ll be a limited period offer though did not specify when the period ends. However, they did reveal the ever expanding catalog of games on PS Now which include popular Warner Bros Titles. Below is a list of new titles added to the PS Now library:

  • Batman: Arkham Asylum
  • Batman: Arkham Origins
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us
  • Mortal Kombat
  • F.E.A.R (single-player campaign mode only)
  • The Lego Movie Video Game
  • Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4
  • Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7
  • Lego Batman: The Video Game

Users can also try out the service with a seven day free trial period offer.

While Sony also announced in a press release on Friday that eight classic PS2 titles can be downloaded and played on the PS4. These will include popular Grand Theft Auto titles such as Vice City and San Andreas along with cult titles such as Twisted Metal: Black, Dark Cloud, Rogue Galaxy and more.

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