We've been waiting to see what PlayStation Now's subscription model would look like, and Sony's just delivered the details on what to expect.

Previously, players could only rent on a per-game basis, but starting Jan. 13, Sony will implement a monthly subscription for PlayStation Now, according to the PlayStaion Blog. Now, you can pay $19.99 for one month of subscription or $15.99 per month of a three month subscription (totaling $44.99). The subscription will allow players across North America to have access to over 100 PlayStation 3 games.

For those who missed out playing some of PlayStation 3's most beloved games, this is the perfect option for you -- you will get unlimited and instant access and don't have to worry about downloads or even leaving your seat. Some notable titles can be seen in the video above and include BioShock Infinite, Killzone 3, The Last of Us, NBA 2K14 and Batman: Arkham City. For right now, the subscription will only be available for PlayStation 4, but Sony claims it will soon be available for other PlayStation Now equipped devices soon.

Sadly, no earlier games from the PlayStation library made the cut, but there's hope that someday soon, PSOne and PlayStation 2 titles will be added to the mix.