Sony’s game streaming service, PlayStation Now, is to be launched next month. Starting July 31st, all gamers in the US and Canada (excluding Hawaii and Alaska) will be able to join a full public Beta of PS Now, assuming they have a PS4. PlayStation 3, Vita and “select” Sony TV owners 1 will also be getting access shortly thereafter.

There will be over 100 PS3 titles available, all for rent at prices between $2.99 and $19.99 available for varying periods of time. Subscription-style access is currently not available.

We can only hope that top Battlefield games, such as Bad Company 2, will be included.

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