While PlayStation Now may be being pulled from devices like the PS Vita and PlayStation 3, Sony is doubling down on the PlayStation 4 and PC support. In addition to the current collection of 480 PS3 games, players will soon be able to access PS4 titles on PS Now. While no games are confirmed, it’s unlikely any extremely recent PS4 titles will make their way to the service. Regardless, because of how PS Now streams the game to your PS4 or PC, this will become the first way to legally play a PS4 game on PC without owning a PS4.
There is no word on whether the current $20 a month price will change and no solid release date for PS4 titles to come to the service. But overall this seems like a positive direction for PlayStation, bringing more of their games to a wider audience.
The PlayStation Now streaming service allows gamers to stream a plethora of great titles directly to their PlayStation 4 (and PC), and the list of available experiences just grew a little bigger. Bandai Namco stepped up to the plate to help bring in the new year for the service, allowing PS Now users access to last-gen hits like Dark Souls II and Tekken Tag Tournament 2, as well as Dead to Rights: Retribution and Namco Museum Essentials, a collection of classic titles that includes Pac-Man, Galaga, Dig Dug, and more.
Sony also released a trailer showing off these experiences and more, though many of them, such as the excellent Ni No Kuni, were already available on PlayStation Now; it looks like they just wanted to take advantage of this opportunity to advertise a few other Bandai offerings. Either way, you can see all of these offerings in the video above!
Are you excited to be able to stream these titles now? Which one would you most like to play? Let us know in the comments!
Last month, Rockstar Games announced the sequel to their popular cowboy simulator, Red Dead Redemption 2. Alongside the announcement, they also revealed that the original Red Dead Redemption would be available on PlayStation Now at a later date. That later date is next week on December 6th, as it turns out. Fans will be able to play the classic open world game on any PlayStation 4 through Sony’s PlayStation Now services and catch up on the series in anticipation for the upcoming sequel.
In addition to the base game, the PlayStation Now version of Red Dead will also include Undead Nightmare, the popular DLC campaign from the original game. Also, while Red Dead being available on PlayStation Now is a noteworthy event, it is also worth noting that, through PlayStation Now’s Windows application, the game is finally available (kind of) for PC gamers.
Will you be playing Red Dead Redemption next week? Let us know in the comments below!
Sony first launched PlayStation Now back in 2014, and they’ve been steadily improving the video game streaming service ever since. With PlayStation Now, PlayStation owners (and more recently, PC owners) can stream games on an individual rental basis or pay a flat monthly rate for unlimited streaming access to a vast library of classic games, similar to Netflix.
New games are added to the PlayStation Now lineup every month, and there are currently over 400 playable titles. PlayStation Now just got even bigger, as Sony announced today that 25 more titles have been added to the service. You can check out the full list below.
Sony first launched PlayStation Now back in 2014, and they’ve been steadily improving the video game streaming service ever since. With PlayStation Now, PlayStation owners (and more recently, PC owners) can stream games on an individual rental basis, or pay a flat monthly rate for unlimited streaming access to a vast library of classic games, similar to Netflix. New games are added to the PlayStation Now lineup every month, and there are currently over 400 playable titles.
It’s a new month (or at last it was a few days ago), and that means another wave of titles is hitting PlayStation Now. Sony is getting in the Halloween Spirit by adding 13 frightening “Shocktober” games to their lineup, including games from franchises like Castlevania, Silent Hill, and House of the Dead. You can check out the full list of new additions below.
PlayStation Now gives players unlimited streaming access to a library of over 400 games for a monthly subscription, and Sony announced last week that the service is coming to PC. No release date was announced, but the wait is already over. PlayStation Now is now available on Windows in addition to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, starting at $19.99 a month.
Sony has also just added six new games to the service, including Mafia II, Tomb Raider Game of the Year Edition, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution, Heavy Rain, and Borderlands Ultimate Edition. You can check out trailers for the PC debut and the new games by clicking below!
Sony fans have been enjoying the benefits of PlayStation Now for over a year, paying a fee to allow them to download and play a number of excellent games from past systems on Sony’s hardware, but it looks like it won’t be restricted to PlayStation hardware for much longer. A new announcement posted to the PlayStation Blog today reveals that the company is bringing the Now service, which holds a library of over 400 games and is constantly growing, to Windows PC. Alongside this announcement, they have also officially unveiled a USB wireless adapter for DualShock 4 controllers, which we first saw signs of a month ago.
No specific dates have been provided for the release of this service, with the Blog only saying that PlayStation Now will be available “in parts of Europe soon and will come to North America shortly thereafter.” It also makes no mention of a release on Mac. The adapter, meanwhile, is coming in early September for a recommended price of $24.99. It will work with both PC and Mac, facilitating all of the controller’s features—light bar, vibration, motion sensors, etc.—as long as the game and the computer itself support these features. The post specifically notes that you can use the controller with Remote Play as well.
What do you think of PlayStation Now coming to PC? How does this new USB adapter sound? Will you be making use of either of these? Give us your thoughts in the comments!
Sony first launched PlayStation Now back in 2014, and they’ve been steadily improving the video game streaming service ever since. With PlayStation Now, PlayStation owners can stream games on an individual rental basis, or pay a flat monthly rate for unlimited streaming access to a vast library of classic games, similar to Netflix.
New games are added to the PlayStation Now lineup every month, and there are currently over 400 playable titles. The PlayStation Now library has grown again this month, as Sony just added 15 more games to the service. All of this month’s new additions are in the RPG genre. You can check out the full list below.
Child of Light (Ubisoft)
Eternal Sonata (Bandai Namco)
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel (Xseed Games)
Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten (Nippon Ichi Software)
Legasista (Nippon Ichi Software)
The Awakened Fate Ultimatum (Nippon Ichi Software)
Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls (Xseed Games)
Faery: Legends of Avalon (Focus Home Interactive)
Rise of the Argonauts (Codemasters)
Mars: War Logs (Focus Home Interactive)
Battle Princess of Arcadias (Nippon Ichi Software)
Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice (Nippon Ichi Software)
Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness (Nippon Ichi Software)
Sony first launched PlayStation Now back in 2014, and they’ve been steadily improving the video game streaming service ever since. With PlayStation Now, PlayStation owners can stream games on an individual rental basis, or pay a flat monthly rate for unlimited streaming access to a vast library of classic games, similar to Netflix. New games are added to the PlayStation Now lineup every month, and there are currently over 400 playable titles.
July’s update hit today and added eight new games, all of them in the fighting genre. You can check out a trailer for the new additions above, and you can read Sony’s description of each game below.
WWE 2K15 delivers authentic WWE gameplay, closer than ever to what fans see on WWE TV. With a host of gameplay advancements and innovative features, WWE 2K15 brings the atmosphere of WWE to your home.
Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator(New)
Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator rips along at a blistering 60 frames per second and features cross-platform PS4 and PS3 system compatible battles. Choose from more than 20 insane fighters as you battle for glory in the post apocalypse.
Dead or Alive 5: Last Round(New)
Two new playable characters join to make the largest roster in DOA series history! Two fan favorite stages make their triumphant return with updated graphics and gameplay. With amazing effects and shading technology, the Dead or Alive fighters look better than ever!
Deadliest Warrior: The Game(New)
Deadliest Warrior: The Game allows you to choose from history’s greatest warriors, equip them with signature weaponry, and go head to head against the greatest fighters that ever lived. Deadliest Warrior features five play modes, customizable warriors, and true to life action with interactive environments.
Deadliest Warrior: Legends(New)
Take control of history’s greatest warriors and face the likes of Alexander the Great, Attila the Hun, Genghis Khan, Hannibal, Hernan Cortes, Shaka Zulu, Sun Tzu, Vlad the Impaler and William Wallace. With enhanced graphics and nine arenas, new fighting options like grapples, pushes, ring outs, feints, projectile targeting, and new final strikes will expand your tactical options.
Bellator MMA Onslaught(New)
A first of its kind, this is a fast-paced arcade style MMA fighting game with easy to understand controls that enable players to quickly master the clinch and ground game. Design your own fighter and compete against other players’ creations and the best fighters Bellator has to offer to level your fighter, master MMA techniques, unlock moves, earn belts, and climb to the top of the world rankings.
Arcana Heart 3: Love Max!!!(New)
An explosive, fun-filled 2D fighting game from the teams that brought you Guilty Gear and BlazBlue! Choose between 23 adorable fighters and 23 arcana — celestial beings who can change the balance of your character — and stop the evil Drexler Institute from destroying Japan!
BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma EXTEND(New)
The definitive installment of the renowned 2D fighting game franchise, BlazBlue, can finally be played in your living room. Uncover the secrets of the Chrono Phantasma Extend.
With Sony’s PlayStation Now service, you have unlimited streaming access to tons of popular PlayStation 3 titles for a monthly rate, effectively giving players a (slightly more pricey) Netflix-esque experience for games. Sony has been sweetening the deal by adding new titles to the streaming service every month, and June’s update is a big one! Sony will be bringing 50 new games to PlayStation Now tomorrow, with a special focus on titles published by 2K Games. The new additions include Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, The Darkness II, Spec Ops: The Line, Duke Nukem Forever (hey, why not?), and dozens more. You can check out a trailer by clicking above!
It’s been just over two years since Sony first debuted PlayStation Now, and the game streaming service is now a much better value than at launch. By expanding the Now library to over 365 games and offering better payment options (like a Netflix-style monthly subscription rate), Sony has turned PlayStation Now into a fantastic service. Sony’s now looking to expand PlayStation Now’s reach even further by adding 21 more kids games (all rated either E or E10 by the ESRB) to the service just in time for Summer, bringing the total of kid-friendly games to 85. You can check out a trailer for PlayStation Now’s kid-friendly lineup by clicking above.
Capcom’s beloved survival-horror franchise, Resident Evil, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. Sony is getting in on the celebration by adding a pair of entries from the series, Resident Evil: Revelations and its sequel, to PlayStation Now. With the addition of the Revelations games, Sony’s subscription-based streaming service now includes eight Resident Evil games. Also available on PlayStation now are Resident Evil 4, 5, and 6, as well as Code Veronica X HD, Darkside Chronicles HD, and Umbrella Chronicles. You can check out video promo for Resident Evil on PlayStation Now by clicking above.
PlayStation Now was met with a lot of criticism at launch, but Sony has been working hard ever since to improve the video game streaming service. With the addition of a subscription plan, PlayStation Now became much more affordable, and new games are added each month, improving its value.
Sony has kicked off the new year with a massive update for PlayStation Now, adding forty games to the service, all of which were originally PlayStation 3 exclusives. Sony has also announced that their special 12 month subscription deal (which saves you 55%) will no longer be available after January 11th. You can check out the full list of new games below.
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PlayStation Now, Sony’s subscription-based video game streaming service, gives players unlimited access to over 250 games for a monthly rate. You can subscribe monthly for $19.99 or subscribe for three months at a time for $44.99. If that’s too pricey for you, Sony is temporarily offering a full year’s subscription to the service for just $99.99. That comes out to less than $9 per month, and it saves you 55% for the year.
Additionally, Sony has teamed up with Warner Bros. to add a handful of new games to PlayStation Now. This includes Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham Origins, Injustice: Gods Among Us, Mortal Kombat, F.E.A.R. (single-player campaign), LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7, and LEGO Batman: The Videogame.
PlayStation Now, Sony’s subscription-based video game streaming service, just continues to get better. Last month, they added an incredible 105 games to the service, and today they’ve added a handful of extremely popular titles. BioShock Infinite was already available on PlayStation Now, but today it’s joined by BioShock and BioShock 2. Additionally, Borderlands and Borderlands 2 are also coming to PlayStation Now, giving subscribers access to two great franchises.
When Sony first launched PlayStation Now last year, it wasn’t much to write home about. Thankfully, they introduced a better payment model and they’ve been steadily improving the lineup of games ever since.
Today saw the biggest update yet by far, with Sony adding an incredible 105 games to the subscription-based streaming service. Capcom had an especially strong presence in the new batch of games, as over twenty of their games were added to the service, including hits in franchises like Resident Evil, Street Fighter, and Mega Man. You can check out a trailer for this massive update by clicking above, and you can check out the full list of new additions on the PlayStation Blog.
Sony has been steadily adding new games to PlayStation Now, their subscription-based streaming service, and today they’ve announced a whopping thirteen more titles. With Halloween just around the corner, Sony is celebrating “Shocktober” by adding a ton of games (including the critically-acclaimed The Last of Us: Left Behind) that feature survival-horror elements, zombies, and other spooky fun. Sony has also released a Shocktober promo video that highlights other scary games that are already available on the service. You can check out the video above and the full list of new additions below!
PlayStation Now continues to improve as Sony adds new titles to the lineup. Sony’s video game streaming service allows you to “rent” games digitally for set amounts of time or pay a flat monthly rate for a buffet of video game goodness. For fans of the Assassin’s Creed games, the deal is about to get much sweeter. Sony announced today that Assassin’s Creed, Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed III, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, and Assassin’s Creed: Revelations are all coming to PlayStation Now tomorrow. You can check out the announcement video by clicking above!
Last year, Sony launched PlayStation Now, a service that lets you stream from a large library of games for a monthly fee. Sony has been building the service up for months with new games, a better pricing model, and more accessibility, and now they’ve added another platform. All PlayStation Vita models (including PlayStation TV) will have access to PlayStation Now starting tomorrow. Additionally, God of War 3, Dynasty Warriors 8, MX vs. ATV Supercross, Bomberman Ultra, and The Last Guy are all being added to the PlayStation Now library.
The PlayStation Now experience continues to grow and evolve. Sony’s video game streaming services allows you to rent games from a digital library or pay a flat monthly fee for unlimited access. Over the weeks since it launched, Sony has consistently updated PlayStation Now with new titles, expanding the library and increasing the value of the service. Today PlayStation Now got a massive update that shows a strong relationship between Sony and Ubisoft. 17 Ubisoft titles have just been added to the PlayStation Now library. Here’s the full list of new additions: