PlayStation Now will be available to PS3 owners on May 12

Sony has announced (via the PlayStation Blog) they will expand their PlayStation Now streaming subscription to PS3 owners on May 12.

PlayStation Now currently offers the ability to stream more than 100 PS3 games through one-month and three-month subscriptions. Players won’t be tied to either console as the service’s Cloud Saving option will let them move their game from a PS4 to a PS3 and back again.

The complete list of titles offered through PlayStation Now can be found at PlayStation Now, which includes five ew titles for the month of May (Fat Princess, F1 2014, Sanctum 2, Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce, and Farming Simulator).

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