If you want to discontinue your subscription, make sure to disable auto-renewal.
Heads up, PlayStation Now users: The list of devices that work with the game-streaming subscription service is shrinking.
Sony will be discontinuing PlayStation Now on a number of devices on Aug. 15. That includes the PS3, PS Vita, and PS TV; all 2013, 2014, and 2015 Sony Bravia TV models; all Sony Blu-ray player models; and all Samsung TV models. Plus, the service will end on 2016 models of Sony Bravia TVs on April 1.
“After thoughtful consideration, we decided to shift our focus and resources to PS4 and Windows PC to further develop and improve the user experience on these two devices,” PS Now Senior Marketing Manager Brian Dunn wrote in a blog post. “This move puts us in the best position to grow the service even further.”
If you use any of the devices listed above and want to discontinue your subscription, make sure to disable auto-renewal in your account settings.
Sony introduced PS Now subscriptions in January 2015 on the PlayStation 4, before expanding to the PS3, Samsung Smart TVs, the PS Vita and PS TV, and some 2015 Sony TVs. The company in August brought it to Windows PCs.
New users can get a 7-day free trial. After that, PS Now will set you back $20 a month or $45 for three months. A subscription lets you stream hundreds of PS3 games to your PS4 or Windows PC, with new games added every month.