PlayStation Now potentially expanding to Australia, New Zealand

By Kes Eylers-Stephenson,
PlayStation Now, Sony's game subscription service, has been long absent from gamers in the territories of Oceania, like Australia and New Zealand. That could be about to change after new advertisements hit the PlayStation Store in the latter island nation.

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We caught the news via PlayStation Universe. A few folks have spotted that the PlayStation Store in New Zealand is listing the PS4 games that are available to download on the service, though there is no "main link" to this under the PlayStation services tab where PS Plus is listed.

The service launched in 2014 and has been slowly rolling out to other nations ever since. Strangely missing from the map has been Australia and New Zealand, who have not received the service as of yet. This is the first inkling that the pair might get PS Now, but obviously, there has been no formal statement as of yet. Likewise, this could be a part of Sony boss Jim Ryan's hinted PS Now overhaul that has been missing in action for some time now. We will have to wait and see!

Are you a PS Now user? Let us know how you find it and what needs reworking down below!
Kes Eylers-Stephenson
Written by Kes Eylers-Stephenson
Hey, I'm Kes! I'm a Staff Writer, and I've been here since 2021. What do I like? The Outer Wilds is top notch. The Witcher 3 blew my mind over the course of five years completing it. I want Burnout back — I really miss crunching mechanical wonders into walls to the sound of Guns N' Roses. Cool, now we are acquainted, I'll see you around.