The PlayStation Now service will now be beta testing in a few more countries as people from Germany, France and Luxembourg can sign up to try it out.

As noted by a user on Reddit, people from the aforementioned countries can sign up for the PlayStation Now beta. All you have to do is click here to hopefully take part in it.

It is only available right now to the three countries, but this might mean it will be open to more European countries very soon. In order to take part in the beta, you have to be over the age of 18 and only a PS4 system will be used for it.

It is also worth mentioning that signing up does not guarantee you access to the beta. You will only be chosen at random so don’t be too disappointed if you miss out on it. If you are chosen, Sony will email you more details about it very soon.

PlayStation Now allows PS4 users to stream many PS3 games. You can either rent games for a specific amount of time, or subscribe monthly to play as many games as you want.