Sony has cut the price of its streaming and subscription service, PlayStation Now, by half from €19.99 to €9.99 a month.
As well as this, PlayStation Now also now has 'Grand Theft Auto V' and 'God of War' in its library, as well as 800 more games that you can play with your subscription. The games spread out from the PS2 right up to the PS4, with 'God of War' being one of the most recent additions to the library. 'Uncharted 4' and 'Infamous: Second Son' were also added today, with all four games available on PlayStation Now until January 2nd, 2020.
Sony's price cut to PlayStation Now puts it on par with Xbox's Game Pass, which costs €9.99 for the console-only option. That said, Xbox's Game Pass has significantly less games on its roster. Ubisoft's streaming service, uPlay+, goes for €14.99 a month and is restricted to Ubisoft titles only, while Google Stadia's streaming library won't launch until 2020.
Here's the announcement trailer for the price cut.