Earlier this year in March, Sony had announced that they’ll be adding PS4 games to their PlayStation Now subscription catalogue and now they’ve revealed the list of the first 20 games being added.
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.
Alongwith the addition of the 20 PS4 games to PlayStation Now, 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.
Corroborating with an earlier report, the PS4 games added to be accessed via PS Now subscription doesn’t include any new releases, but this might change with time as Sony doesn’t seem as rigid about timeframes.
Talking to the TIME, PlayStation Network head Eric Lempel said that the company won’t be debuting PS4 games on PS Now right now but also “haven’t set any firm criteria around when titles can come into the service”.
PS4 Games Coming to PC With PS Now
The 20 games that have been added to the PlayStation Now catalogue are a bit old but include games of various genres ranging from FPS, RTS to fighting and racing.
Killzone Shadow Fall
God of War 3 Remastered
Saints Row IV: Re-Elected
Ultra Street Fighter IV
Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition
MX vs ATV Supercross Encore
Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition
Grim Fandango Remastered
Castlestorm Definitive Edition
Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky
Super Mega Baseball
With the addition of these 20 games, the PS Now catalogue has crossed over 500 games. More games will be added in the coming months.
Sony is also offering the 7-day trial offer for those who want to try out the PlayStation Now service.
The company also added that there will be plenty more to come from top publishers this year such as 2K, Aksys, Capcom, Codemasters, Deep Silver, Double Fine, Kalypso, Loot Interactive, MESSHOF, Metalhead, NIS America, Ripstone, SNK, THQ Nordic, XSEED, Zen Studios, and more.
PlayStation Now runs on cloud streaming service, allowing the subscribers to play the game directly without needing to download it locally. The game progress is also saved on the cloud server, enabling users to continue playing where they left of even on some other PS4 or PC and vice-versa.
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