PlayStation announced on their blog that they have completely redesigned their PS4 app, PlayStation Now. With over 125 games available on the platform for streaming, the company wants to make it as easy as possible to browse the ever-growing catalog of games.
For the uninitiated, PlayStation Now is a game streaming service on PS4 that gives you access to a large library of PS3 games. Players can either subscribe and have access to the entire library for the duration of their subscription or they may rent games individually for roughly $1 per day. The new app includes curated categories, organized by theme and now includes detailed game pages containing descriptions, screenshots, and videos.
Usually, Sony has been adding 5 games per month to the service, but to celebrate the recent overhaul, they are releasing a sixth game. The July games include Infamous Festival of Blood, Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One, Sound Shapes, Wheel of Fortune, Super Mega Baseball, and the bonus game, Resistance 3.