Sony has added a ton of games to its PlayStation Now subscription service since its launch in August — over 100 titles were pumped into the service in November. The company's newest batch of over 40 additions is focused on PS3 console exclusives, and the new titles help the service crack some significant milestones: there are now over 100 PS3 exclusives and 300 games total available through subscription or rental. There aren't many AAA titles included in this crop of games, but it does feature thatgamecompany's celebrated indie releases Flow, Flower, and Journey, games that were originally released on PS3 before eventually making their way to PS4.
Sony also announced that its limited-time 12-month PlayStation Now subscription offer won't be available after January 11th. If you're even a little interested in a PlayStation Now subscription, this is the time to make a purchase: it's about half the price of Sony's three-month subscription on a per-month basis, its cheapest standard offer. There are millions of PlayStation 4 owners who haven't played anything in Sony's back catalog, and PlayStation Now makes exploring the recent past easy for gamers who can stomach the length of the subscription.
Sony might talk about the service's success at its mammoth CES press conference tonight — keep it locked to The Verge for breaking news and analysis.