Electronic Arts is adding a number of its titles Sony’s PlayStation Now game streaming service starting on December 2, 2014, including Mass Effect 2, Mirror’s Edge, and Dead Space 3. The games, announced via the PlayStation Blog, can be rented for about $1/day for a week, though various rates are available depending on the duration of your rental.
The full list of games going live on December 2 is:
- Mirror’s Edge
- Mass Effect 2
- Dead Space 3
- NBA Jam On Fire Edition
- Bejeweled 3
EA joins other major publishers such as Konami, Capcom, Square Enix, and Sega by adding games from its stable to Sony’s fledgling streaming service, which is still in open beta. Gamers can stream titles to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PS Vita, PlayStation TV, and certain Sony televisions. Gamers have apparently logged an impressive 100 years worth of streamed gaming so far since the service’s beta launch in July 2014, according to Sony.
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