Starting August 4, PlayStation Now is getting a lot more mobile.

PlayStation Now’s game streaming subscription service will be available on PlayStation Vita systems starting on Tuesday, Sony announced via the PlayStation Blog. Vita will be added to the devices that support  the service alongside PlayStation TV.

More than 125 games will be available when the service launches tomorrow on the Vita, with five additional games being added at the same time. These games include God of War III, Dynasty Warriors 8, MX vs. ATV Supercross, Bomberman Ultra, and The Last Guy.

PlayStation Now

PlayStation Now was previously only available on Vita in a limited beta form.

Many of the latest models of 2015 Sony TVs are also enabled to support the streaming service. An entire list of supported devices can be seen here, which include PS4, PS3, PS Vita, PS TV, Sony TVs and Blu-ray players, and Samsung Smart TVs.

Players who have not had a free 7 day trial of PlayStation Now can begin one right here.

Have you tried out PlayStation Now’s subscription model for yourself? If not, will you try it out now that it’s available on your Vita? Let us know your thoughts on the service and its future on the Vita below.

  • Amanda Sipe

    I simply love playstation due to the great array of games.

    I play games on playstation for atleast 8 hours a day as I am a paid game tester. The collection of games on PS is much better. Pity most of people do not opt for taking up a paid game testing gig inspite of playing games a lot. I personally took up this gig 3 months ago and have since then made above 1.5 grand using the game testing system of weduit game testers. Google for “weduit game testers” to find out the game testing opporunities.

    Looking forward to GOW2 on ps vita.

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