Sony adds PS4 games to PlayStation Now library
In March, Sony announced it would add PS4 titles to PlayStation Now, and that day has now arrived.
Sony today added 20 PS4 games to its PS Now game-streaming service. The new additions span a variety of genres — everything from first-person shooters and fighting games to racing, action-adventure, and real-time strategy titles. Check out the full list below.
Before today, the PS Now library included only titles created for the last-generation PlayStation 3. With the new PS4 additions, the PS Now library includes more than 500 games.
"That's a massive range of games to explore and play, all with one subscription," PS Now Senior Marketing Manager Brian Dunn wrote in a blog post. "With PlayStation exclusives like Killzone Shadow Fall and The Last of US, hit blockbusters such as Red Dead Redemption and Batman Arkham City, indie games like Journey and Broken Age, and many more, the PS Now library really has something for everyone."
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If this new development makes you want to subscribe, we have some good news. PS Now typically costs $20 a month, but now through Sept. 22, new subscribers can sign up and pay just $9.99 for their first month, or $99.99 for a full year of access, or less than $9 a month.
Sony also offers a seven-day free trial on PS4 and Windows PCs, but you'll need to pass that up if you want the $9.99 intro offer. "In order to take advantage of the $9.99 intro offer, you will need to purchase that directly, as the 7-day trial will transition into the standard monthly subscription," Dunn wrote.
Here's the full list of PS4 games that are available now on PS Now:
- Killzone Shadow Fall
- God of War 3 Remastered
- Saints Row IV: Re-Elected
- WWE 2K16
- Tropico 5
- F1 2015
- Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition
- MX vs ATV Supercross Encore
- Broken Age
- Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition
- Grim Fandango Remastered
- Guilty Gear Xrd Sign
- Castlestorm Definitive Edition
- Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky
- Arcania Complete Tale
- Super Mega Baseball
The PS Now library currently spans 100 publishers, and Sony has "more great PS4 and PS3 content coming this year and next," Dunn wrote. Expect more titles from Sony Interactive Entertainment, and other publishers like 2K, 505 Games, Aksys, Bandai Namco, Capcom, Codemasters, Deep Silver, Double Fine, Loot Interactive, Sega, THQ Nordic, Warner Bros., XSEED, Zen Studios, and more.
This article originally appeared on PCMag.com.