PS3 Netflix users won't be forced to use an instant streaming Blu-ray disc to watch movie and TV content as of next week.
Unlike Xbox 360 owners, PS3 users have been required to do so since the movie streaming service launched for Sony's console in November last year.
"In addition to eliminating the disc, there is a new user interface that brings a much richer and faster browsing experience, content search directly on the device, and dramatic improvements in how fast playback starts," Sony says.
"There is even more good news for PS3 owners: starting on Monday you'll be able to instantly watch some movies and TV shows in 1080i high definition, listen to Dolby 5.1 channel surround sound, and view an increasing portion of our content library with subtitles."
Netflix allows US users to sift through thousands of movies and stream them instantly over a broadband connection for a monthly subscription fee of $8.99.
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