It was just last week that Sony announced that its PlayStation Now streaming service would be expanding to PC — and now it’s already available. The service lets users stream hundreds of different PS3 games for a single monthly fee of $19.99, making it something akin to Netflix for games. As part of a promotion for the new PC launch, Sony is offering a limited yearly subscription, which will get you 12 months of access to PS Now for $99.99.
The service is also getting a handful of big new games today, including the acclaimed 2013 reboot of Tomb Raider, Studio Ghibli’s gaming debut Ni No Kuni, and addictive RPG / shooter hybrid Borderlands. Starting in October, Castlevania fans can also check out the 2D classic Harmony of Despair on the service.
In addition to the new PC app, Sony is also releasing a $25 dongle next month that adds full PC and Mac support to the PS4’s DualShock 4 controller.