Sony on Monday announced that PlayStation Now's subscription-based library of over 125 titles is coming to the PS Vita and PS TV. The service officially launched on the consoles on Tuesday, with PlayStation also adding five new titles to the library.

The new titles include “God of War 3,” “Dynasty Warriors 8,” “MX vs. ATV Supercross,” “Bomberman Ultra,” and “The Last Guy.”

For PlayStation owners who have not yet signed up for PS Now, there is a seven-day free trial -- and if it’s really not for you, cancelling before the end of the seven days will ensure you’re not charged.

PS Now is only available to users with an SEN account who are 18 years or older and requires broadband access to download and access some content, it's priced at $19.99 U.S. for a month of access.

The library is also available on PS4, PS3, Sony TVs and Blu-ray players as well as Samsung Smart TVs. PlayStation has now sold over 25 million PS4 consoles, Sony announced during its Q1 2015 earnings.