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PlayStation game-streaming service officially hits PS Vita Tuesday

Portable owners can rent from a library of more than 125 games beginning August 4.

PlayStation Vita owners can very soon try out the final version of Sony's game-streaming service PlayStation Now. The service will see its official launch on Tuesday for the portable, as well as PlayStation TV, Sony writes on the PlayStation Blog. PS Now was previously available on PS Vita only through a limited beta.


Beginning August 4, PS Vita and PS TV owners can stream any of the 125-plus games currently available in the PlayStation Now streaming library.

A seven-day free trial is available here.

Sony has also announced the five new games added to PlayStation Now in August. These will be available on all platforms, including PS Vita and PS TV, along with existing systems such as PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.

They are:

Lastly, Sony also announced on Monday that the number of PS Now-supported devices is growing to include new 2015 Sony TVs. You can see a full list of supported devices here.