SHOCKTOBER will be a month like no other on the PlayStation Now Game Streaming Subscription service. Thirteen dangerously fun games will be unleashed on the subscription service on Tuesday, October 6th to get your Halloween celebrations started with a bang! We also hope to resurrect your interest in fifteen other frightfully good games already haunting the service, so be sure to check some of the existing games in the service as well.
The Assassins are coming to PlayStation Now! Starting tomorrow, five epic Assassin’s Creed titles will launch on the subscription service.
If you know anything about Q-Games, you know that we made a name for ourselves during the PlayStation 3 era with our acclaimed PixelJunk series. Debuting way back in 2007, we were one of the first indies to cut our teeth on the newly released console. Our idea for the series was simple: rework old school gaming concepts in beautiful high-definition visuals, while keeping the easy to learn, difficult to master gameplay that made us fall in love with games in the first place.
I’m excited to share that, starting tomorrow, you’ll have even more ways to enjoy the 125+ games in the PlayStation Now game streaming subscription, with the addition of PS Vita and PS TV support. Also this month there are five new titles joining the ever-expanding library of PS Now games, including the award-winning God of War III, along with Dynasty Warriors 8, MX vs. ATV Supercross, Bomberman Ultra, and The Last Guy.
It’s a new month and a new look for PlayStation Now! We’ve completely redesigned the PS Now subscription app on PS4 to create a richer, more visual experience that makes it even easier for you to browse the catalog of 125+ games available.
In the new app, you’ll see curated categories of games organized by theme, as well as more detailed game pages with descriptions, images, and videos.
With our June update, the PlayStation Now subscription library will reach more than 125 titles tomorrow — that’s a lot to choose from! Read on below for the games coming this month, but first some news on how quickly PS Now is expanding to your favorite devices.
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