Sony has unveiled bold plans to expand its PlayStation Now service, which will allow users to play PlayStation 4 titles on the PC.

Currently, the PS Now service only supports legacy PlayStation 3 titles; users can stream more than 450 games to either their PS4 console or PC for a cost of $19.99 per month. Making the news even better is the fact the expanded catalog will be added at no additional charge.

In a blog post, Sony didn’t give too much away about the rollout but did say it will be inviting a lucky few PS Now subscribers to road test the revamped library in the coming weeks. Expect further news on incorporated titles to follow soon.

The news comes just weeks after Microsoft announced a $10 per month Netflix-style subscription program of its own.

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