Subscriptions for Sony's game streaming service, PlayStation Now, are coming to PlayStation 3 on May 12, PlayStation Now senior director Jack Buser announced on the PlayStation Blog today.
PlayStation Now for PS3 went into open beta back in September. In addition to renting individual games, PS3 owners will soon be able to subscribe to the service for a monthly or quarterly fee.
Buser also confirmed five new PS3 titles will be added to the PlayStation Now library in May: Fat Princess, F1 2014, Sanctum 2, Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce and Farming Simulator. Those additions will bring the list of title available to stream through PS Now to more than 120.
Sony officially launched PS Now subscriptions earlier this year on PlayStation 4. The service is also available in an open beta on PlayStation Vita, PlayStation TV, 2015 Sony Blu-ray players in the U.S. and select 2014 Sony televisions in the U.S. and Canada.
PS Now subscriptions run $19.99 per month, or $44.99 for three months. Those who haven't subscribed yet may get a free 7-day trial from the PlayStation Store.