GameFly is a service that already provides plenty of enjoyment to its consumers through their easy to use game rental service. It seems that service may be getting even better as the subscription focused video game rental giant is going to be expanding into digital PC gaming. This news comes a few months after it was revealed that they had acquired Direct2Drive from IGN.
ShackNews, a company owned by GameFly has revealed that the service will use their own digital client to offer a “a large and ever-growing collection of titles” that will be available for both PC users and Mac. The rental service will be known as PC Unlimited Play and the service will allow users to download and play games as much as they would like. Users will organize and share their game libraries and can queue their downloads the same as mail rentals. There will be a closed beta beginning on September 8th, which you can sign-up for here if you are a Gamefly subscriber.