Sony’s PS Now streaming game service now features titles from the Playstation 4 console. In an announcement made yesterday on the official PlayStation blog, Sony opened the floodgates on the next batch of titles playable on its digital service. Originally announced at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, PS Now lets subscribers stream games to compatible devices like Sony Bravia TVs, the PS Vita, and the Playstation consoles.
In August of 2016, Sony launched PS Now for PC. This was the first time that many Sony exclusive titles were playable on PC. For the first time ever, console gaming heavyweights like Red Dead Redemption, God of War III, and The Last of Us were playable on the PC platform. As of today, PS Now users can access a new batch of titles from the current generation Playstation 4.
Here is the full list of PS4 titles launching on the PS Now service:
- Killzone Shadow Fall
- God of War 3 Remastered
- Saints Row IV: Re-Elected
- WWE 2K16
- Tropico 5
- Ultra Street Fighter V
- F1 2015
- Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition
- MX vs ATV Supercross Encore
- Broken Age
- Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition
- Grim Fandango Remastered
- Akiba's Beat
- Castlestorm Definitive Edition
- Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky
- Super Mega Baseball
Sony mentioned that more titles were on the horizon for the service from an array of publishers, including 2K, Aksys, Capcom, Codemasters, Deep Silver, Double Fine, Kalypso, Loot Interactive, MESSHOF, Metalhead, NIS America, Ripstone, SNK, THQ Nordic, XSEED, and Zen Studios. PC players interested in experiencing these titles can sign up for the PS Now service at a cost of $9.99 a month (or a full year at $99.99) under the current promo.
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When is shacknews setting up a PS now WWE online league?
2K already shut down the servers for that game :(
Sony mentioned that more titles were on the horizon
Horizon Zero Dawn on PC, confirmed! $100/yr.
I'm not certain if I like or dislike where this may go. On one hand the potential for access to full blown exclusives that will never see the light of day on the PC is nice. On the other hand publishers could use this as a inexpensive/easy way to completely bypass even attempting to port a game to the PC, and what you get is what you get via PS Now.
Hey Sony, maybe let us play our owned catalog of our PS3 games on PSNow free of charge, please.