The service, which is for streaming PlayStation 3 games, has good news for us.
Sony announced at CES 2014 that the PlayStation 4 would be capable of streaming PlayStation 3 games based on the purchased Gaikai technology – PlayStation Now launched in the United States in January 2015, and since then, the service is now available in Europe as well. Sony announced that in the Benelux states, as well as Germany and France, the monthly 17 euro price would be cut to 15 euros. You can have a seven-day free trial for PlayStation Now, which continuously expands.
Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe also made a new application for easier and faster navigation, and they also changed the layout. PS Now also offers games for us to play based on our gaming taste. (A few new games also arrived. To name a few: Fallout: New Vegas, Disgaea 5, NBA 2K16.)
Seeing how SIEE lowered the price in most of Europe, it wouldn’t be surprised that the entire old continent would be part of the deal eventually. It would be fair.