Happy 4th of July! Summer is in full swing, and we’ve got some exciting new additions to the PlayStation Now library, now with over 650 PS4, PS3, and PS2 games. Today marks the launch of 12 games in PS Now, including PS2 classics such as the original Dark Cloud, Rogue Galaxy, Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Special Edition, in addition to MXGP 2 The Official Motocross Videogame, the frenzied fighting game BlazBlue: Central Fiction, and classic arcade shooter Wild Guns.
With our summer price promotions also running through September 25, you can try the PlayStation Now service for a full month at just $9.99 (new subscribers only) with our special intro offer, or get a full year for just $99.99. And if you’re a PlayStation Plus member, you can take advantage of the exclusive discount on the three-month pass for PlayStation Now for just $29.99 ($44.99 regular price).
This month we’ve got 12 great games, including PS4 upgrades of Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition and WRC 5 FIA World Rally Championship, another great batch of PS2 classic games like Wild Arms 3, Okage: Shadow King, and Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits, as well as PS4 racing games like Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo and Table Top Racing.
This month, I’m excited to announce the first batch of classic PlayStation 2 games arriving in PS Now, adding to the ever-expanding library of nearly 650 games. Re-live iconic PS2 games like Ape Escape 2, Dark Cloud 2, Hot Shots Tennis, and more! These PS2 games are part of the lineup of classic PS2 games that have been ported for play on PS4 and are currently available at PS Store for download, running in HD and with PS Trophy support. We’ve also got the acclaimed indie hit Limbo, the classic SNK 2D side-scroller Metal Slug 3, and other fantastic games for you to try out this month.
This month we’ve got a diverse batch of new action, shooter, racing games and more hitting PlayStation Now, ready for you to stream to your PlayStation 4 and PC. Joining the library of more than 600 games – including more than 150 PS4 games – are Homefront: The Revolution, F1 2016, Saints Row: Gat out of Hell, The Unfinished Swan, Mantis Burn Racing, and more.
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.
2018 is in full swing, and we’ve got an exciting batch of new titles debuting on PlayStation Now this month, ready to stream to your PS4 and PC. Joining the library of more than 600 games – including more than 130 PS4 games – is NBA 2K16, Yakuza 5, and many more.
Additionally, the new PS Now interface teased in last month’s blog post has now been rolled out to all users. Improvements have been made to the app’s navigation and load speed, interface design, navigation, and search features. We hope you enjoy the new look and feel!
It’s officially 2018, and hot on the heels of last month’s batch of new PlayStation Now games, including Dishonored and Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, is a slew of PlayStation exclusive games this month ready to stream to your PS4 and PC.
As of today, PS Now features more than 600 games — with more than 120 PS4 games. The $9.99 1st month intro offer (US only) and the $99.99 12-month subscription are still available, so now’s the time to jump in and give it a try, or lock in your subscription for another 12 months. Act fast because these offers end February 6.
We’ve got more magical goodness from Bethesda, with Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Dishonored headlining this month’s new content drop for PS Now and pushing the library ever closer to 600 total games available. We’re also bringing back the $9.99 intro offer and 12-month subscription for a limited time, just in time for the holidays. Get your first month for $9.99 (new subscribers only, available in US only) or lock in another 12 months of PS Now for just $99.99. Both offers are available until the end of January.
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