From May 12, Sony’s PlayStation Now streaming service will be available through the PlayStation 3 console. Over 100 PlayStation 3 games, which are currently only available on the PlayStation 4, will be able to be streamed directly onto their console of origin.
Sony TVs and Blu-ray players will also enjoy the same service from next week, with the PS Vita getting subscription support “soon.”
Sony also took the opportunity to announce this month’s additions to the PlayStation Now lineup with the highlight being its goofy multiplayer game Fat Princess. Other games include Farming Simulator, F1 2014, Sanctum 2, and Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce.
PlayStation Now is available for $19.99 a month, or $44.99 for three months. With that, you have instant access to a huge chunk of the old PlayStation 3 library.