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Battleborn, Darksiders and More Join the PS Now Lineup

Here's the full rundown of games joining the game-streaming service in March.

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Spring is in the air, and this month we’ve got an exciting batch of new PS4 games hitting PlayStation Now, ready to stream to your PS4 and PC. Joining the library of more than 600 streaming games – including more than 150 PS4 games – are Battleborn, Darksiders Warmastered Edition, ADR1FT, Lords of the Fallen, and more.

New This Month:

Jump into the action with the full version of the first-person MOBA Battleborn, from the creators of the hit Borderlands series. Full version includes all 25 launch heroes accessible, and a single-player PvE mode. What’s more, PS Now supports local split-screen, as well as complete online play even without a PS Plus subscription.

This month we are upgrading the PS3 version of Darksiders to the enhanced PS4 “Warmastered Edition.” Deceived by the forces of evil into prematurely bringing about the end of the world, War – the first Horseman of the Apocalypse – stands accused of breaking the sacred law by inciting a war between Heaven and Hell. Dishonored, stripped of his powers, and facing his own death, War must take on the forces of Hell, forge uneasy alliances with the very demons he hunts, and journey across the ravaged remains of the Earth on his quest for vengeance and vindication. The sequel, Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition (PS4), is also available to play on PS Now.

Experience the breathtaking and critically acclaimed indie game ADR1FT. With no memory of how your space station got destroyed, you must struggle to discover the cause of the catastrophic event that killed everyone on board but you. With a damaged and leaking EVA suit, fight to stay alive as you explore the wreckage for resources, clues, and parts to repair your EEV to escape back to Earth.

Enter a dark fantasy world where the demonic Rhogar legions are re-emerging from their dark realm in the action RPG Lords of the Fallen. As Harkyn, a convicted criminal rejected by society, must face the daunting Fallen Lords using a complex and fast-paced melee combat system where weapons, armor and skills directly affect speed and attacks. Lay waste to enemies using forbidden magic when weapons are not enough.

Test your driving skills on 15 painstakingly recreated race tracks (and 24 configurations) in the beautiful racing sim Assetto Corsa. With over 90 dream cars from Audi, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lotus, Maserati, Mclaren, Pagani, and more, all rendered with obsessive detail and using manufacturer’s actual telemetry, Assetto Corsa also features an advanced physics engine that delivers a true-to-life racing experience.

If you’re a fan of colorful anime J-RPGs, Megadimension Neptunia VII is sure to please. Featuring an upgraded battle system with new linked attacks, as well as a second transformation, NEXT mode, with new special skills and costumes, you’ll fight your way through three dimensions and three stories with new CPUs and NPCs by your side.

Here are all the new games available to stream on PS4 and PC starting today. We’ve got action, open-world, sports, racing, shooters, puzzle and indie games, fighting, unique Japanese imports, and more.

  • ADR1FT
  • Assetto Corsa
  • Atari Flashback Classics Volume 1
  • Atari Flashback Classics Volume 2
  • Battleborn
  • Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink
  • Defense Grid 2
  • Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf
  • Lords of the Fallen
  • Pixel Piracy
  • Megadimension Neptunia VII
  • Zombie Vikings

PS3 > PS4 Upgrades:

  • Darksiders: Warmastered Edition
  • How To Survive: Storm Warning Edition
  • Terraria
  • Tiny Brains

Here are the most popular games on the service in February:

  • Red Dead Redemption
  • NBA 2K16
  • WWE 2K16
  • Payday 2 Crimewave Edition
  • Fallout: New Vegas
  • Until Dawn
  • Mortal Kombat
  • The Last of Us
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution
  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
  • God of War 3 Remastered
  • Yakuza 5

If you haven’t given PlayStation Now a try yet, check out the seven-day free trial for PS4 and PC to experience the streaming service for yourself. PS Now provides unlimited on-demand access to a growing library of over 600 games, with new games added every month, and no game downloads required. PS4 save data in PS Now is also compatible with PS Plus cloud saves, so you can upload/download save files to and from your own console.

Stay tuned for more updates on PS Now, and happy gaming!

Add Your Own

CrusaderForever said:

March 6th, 8:59 am

Wow, nice games! Hopefully Sony is working on integrating PSNow into PS+. It would be so nice to have it all tied up in 1 sub. Not to mention losing PS3 and Vita games in 2019.

zMd113 said:

March 6th, 9:02 am

We’d like to have downloads optional in addition to streaming them, some people don’t have very good internet speeds.

    Tatanka2007 said:

    March 6th, 10:05 am

    Sadly that won’t happen. Sony is determined not to do backwards compatibility. They abandoned it with the PS3 and have never looked back. Meanwhile Microsoft ( in one of their few right moves) have concentrated on backing many 360 titles available on X1. They actually aren’t BC. They are direct ports. Ironically the original PS3 had true BC. The Xbox 360 could do BC but only with select titles. Shame that Sony decided to go the opposite direction after initially doing BC perfectly with the original PS3.

gohan16ken said:

March 6th, 9:18 am

When will first party PS4 games come to PS Now on day and date of physical release?

Haru5713 said:

March 6th, 9:20 am

Really enjoying the service. I’ve played so many games I wouldn’t have normally and it’s been a great value. One thing I really want is full 1080p streaming if possible. The lack of graphical fidelity is jarring to say the least. Do how all the other streaming services do and adjust the quality based on individual connections. I also think PS+ subscribers should get a discount on PS Now. If you can hit the $9.99 sweet spot, you’ll see your subscriber base grow exponentially.

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    Brian Dunn said:

    March 7th, 9:46 am

    Thanks for the support and input, Haru5713!

    Tatanka2007 said:

    March 6th, 9:58 am

    You nailed it right there. Not only are titles on PS Now DOWNGRADED visually, they are also DOWNGRADED in audio as well. PS Now’s library is about six times (!!!) the size of Xbox Game Pass. That said, I’ll never subscribe beyond a free trial for a service that downgrades virtually every title. Sony charges a good chunk of change too. Either drop the price significantly for the sub-par experience you get or work at making PS3 titles BC like Microsoft does with 360 titles.

    wolfing69 said:

    March 6th, 10:21 am

    It’s actually less than that, like $8.50/month if you get the $99/year option (I think you can still get it in Amazon).

BabakanooSH-_ said:

March 6th, 9:25 am

wait, isn’t battleborn no longer supported by the devs? i thought the servers were done for?.

    DarkwingChuck said:

    March 6th, 12:54 pm

    They stopped all development and updates but they haven’t announced shutting it down.

wolfing69 said:

March 6th, 10:20 am

Love it if only for Megadimension Neptunia. Love those games and it’s the first in the service, here’s hoping they add all the rest (and that they add more of the Atelier games, they added a few like a year ago but stopped).

Tesal2005 said:

March 6th, 12:21 pm

Sadly, it is way ahead of it’s time, seeing that PSnow did not start yet in many countries. I wish Sony will give more options
To/For ” The Players” and give Backward support.

UltiGamer500 said:

March 6th, 4:14 pm

@Brian Dunn
PS Now is a great service and all, but it needs to start streaming its games in 1080p. It’s 2018, there’s no reason why a PlayStation service isn’t streaming its games in 1080p.

UltiGamer500 said:

March 6th, 4:40 pm

@Brian Dunn
As someone who has been a supporter of PS Now since its beta on PS3 back in 2014, there are THREE things that I know would greatly improve the service but also get more people to subscribe.
1. 1080p game streaming: There should be an option for people with stable enough internet connections to choose stream the games in full fidelity. I.e. 1080p, visual quality.
2. Price: There should be THREE pricing options for PS Now. $19.99 a month for non PS Plus members. $9.99 a month for PS Plus members. And $99.99 for a one year available to everyone throughout the year. Not only is that more fair but it also makes it more competitive against the XBOX game pass. And it gives another reason to subscribe to PS Plus.
3. PS2: Add more PS2 HD Collections, HD Remasters and even start adding the PS2 on PS4 games. Make PS Now the one stop shop for all things classic PlayStation.
I hope you guys take these into serious consideration because if these were implemented, PS Now could see a huge boost in subscribers and become one of PlayStation’s best selling points.

TheBigDerty said:

March 6th, 4:56 pm

You should add 3D Dot Game Heroes, I would sub instantly.

    tjm01572 said:

    March 7th, 6:15 pm

    Why not just buy the one game you want on PS Now?

    TheBigDerty said:

    March 9th, 7:17 pm

    The one game i want is a ps3 exclusive, that’s why.

joshuadakilla said:

March 6th, 6:34 pm

Please consider releasing the Splinter Cell HD collection next month. Or Double Agent, Conviction and Blacklist.

    ulloamen1 said:

    March 8th, 3:36 am

    Hello, how is your internet connection? it does not grab me the game for that .. cosidero that should let us save the game to the hard disk

NeoRaidenX said:

March 6th, 7:29 pm

These PS3 to PS4 upgrades… does anyone know if your saves/trophies transfer over somehow. Or are you just out of luck if you were in the middle of a game that got “upgraded”?

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    Brian Dunn said:

    March 7th, 9:45 am

    Hi NeoRaidenX,

    As UltiGamer500 mentioned, if you’ve played the game before, you’ll still have access. You should see it in the “Your Games” section, in Recently Played or Your List. Also, when you play a game in PS Now, the icon for the game is added to your PS4 dashboard, so you can access it from there as well. For players who haven’t played it in the service before, they will see the new PS4 version icon.

    UltiGamer500 said:

    March 6th, 8:09 pm

    If you started the game, it’ll be there when you start up PS Now. But for people who never played the game, they’ll see the PS4 version

    UltiGamer500 said:

    March 6th, 8:10 pm

    At least for a couple of more weeks that is

chick3n_Chaser-5 said:

March 7th, 11:22 pm

When can we expect fight night on ps now that’s Gabe is awesome really hope they make it for PS4

TieRidge said:

March 8th, 2:40 am

Really wainting the PS5 .Hope it comes in colors ..The PS PRO an my 42in ultra looks great . Already quit buying PS3 an PS Vita games have too many aready..

ulloamen1 said:

March 8th, 3:34 am

the system of playstation now should be like the one of xbox in season games pass, that when having the service we can download to the play the game and enjoy it until the contracted time. They should remove that system of visual game since there are many sites the internet is bad ….. I do the test and it always seems insufficient to connect.

Jolly_Codger said:

March 23rd, 3:10 pm

Battleborn: I want to play splitscreen with two controllers and a friend on PC, but it says the initialization fails. it acts like I need a second account to do so. idk how to do that through playstation now.

Kira_Doom12 said:

March 28th, 9:10 am

Can we get the other 2 Atelier Games for PS3 Atelier Totori: The Adventurer of Arland and Atelier Meruru: The Apprentice of Arland

Possibility of PS4 Atelier maybe..Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book and Atelier Firis: The Alchemist and the Mysterious Journey

Thank you been sub on and off for year now

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