PlayStation Now Gets 19 New Gaming Titles (August)

After adding 20 gaming titles from the PS4 catalogue to PlayStation Now subscription last month, Sony has added another 19 gaming titles this month as they increase the number of games available to PC users.

Earlier this year in March, Sony had announced that they’ll be adding PS4 games to their PlayStation Now subscription catalogue.

Soon after the earlier announcement, the company had kicked off a private test with PS4 game on PS Now and several of the subscribers were invited to the testing.

Sony has also brought back the $9.99 intro offer for the first month — for new subscribers — and the $99.99 annual subscription. The intro offer will be up for grabs till September 22, 2017.

19 PS4 Games Coming to PC With PS Now

The 19 games that have been added to the PlayStation Now catalogue are a bit old but include games of various genres ranging from indie games, puzzlers, adventure games, and classic favourites.

  • Back to Bed
  • Blazerush
  • The Book of Unwritten Tales 2
  • Chronicles of Teddy: Harmony of Exidus
  • Goosebumps: The Game
  • Farming Simulator 15
  • Fluster Cluck
  • Ironcast
  • Jumpjet Rex
  • Last Tinker: City of Colors
  • Legend of Kay
  • Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
  • Leo’s Fortune
  • OlliOlli
  • OlliOlli 2
  • Pure Chess
  • Tearaway Unfolded
  • Q*Bert Rebooted
  • Velocibox

Sony is also offering the 7-day trial offer for those who want to try out the PlayStation Now service. Note that in order to avail the $9.99 intro offer, users will have to purchase it directly as the 7-day trial period will transition into a standard monthly subscription.

“All user save data is stored in the PS Now cloud, so you can continue your game progress on any PS4 and PC at any time with your PSN account and PS Now subscription,” Sony stated.

The company also announced that PS Now services will be discontinued for all other devices except PlayStation 4 and Windows PC.

This means that the service has come to its end for users on PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation TV, all Sony Blu-ray players, and all Sony Bravia and Samsung TVs.

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