Gamefly subscribers now have the ability to play a handful of games the service offers without waiting for a physical disc in the mail as the company just opened its games streaming program into a public beta. Users can check out the Unlimited PC Play option through their accounts and access titles like World of Goo, Assassin’s Creed or Saint’s Row 2 to name a few.
Just as Netflix before it, Gamefly’s streaming options aren’t as diverse as its physical media offerings, but who knows what the future might bring. As of right now the Unlimited PC Play library is available to all of the service’s subscribers at no extra cost.
Check the jump for the full list of currently participating publishers.
Right now these companies are offering games to stream through Gamefly:
Gamefly has had the service in a closed beta for a few months now and things seem to be running pretty smoothly. While the selection may not be exactly booming right now, if the service takes off you can probably expect to see more games added to the list. Netflix learned a hard lesson when it came to managing its streaming content and physical media. It’ll be interesting to see how Gamefly deals with the same issues. There’s no doubt the folks managing Gamefly’s program paid close attention to Netflix’s gaffes.