It also tips the library over 600 titles.
Sony has today announced that Until Dawn, Gravity Rush Remastered, and a number of other titles will be hitting its PS Now streaming library starting Jan. 9.
The news comes via a post over on the PlayStation blog, detailing that PS Now’s library of streamable games has now exceeded 600 titles. Supermassive Games’ Until Dawn is arguably the biggest game hitting the service which sees players making a number of decisions to determine who out of a group of eight teenagers will survive the night at the creepy lodge. It’s all kinds of cliche, but it’s great fun and offers up plenty of replayability.
Gravity Rush Remastered is the PS4 remake of the popular Vita title, which sees players take the role of Kat as she tries to save the world from falling apart. Fortunately, she’s got the ability to alter the powers of gravity, which also makes for a heck of a lot of fun.
Alongside these two titles, players can also get their hands on the likes of Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Alienation, Knack, and Resogun. You can check out the full list of titles hitting PS Now starting Jan. 9 below.
- Until Dawn
- Gravity Rush Remastered
- Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
- Fat Princess Adventures
- Shadow of the Beast
- Escape Plan
- Hardware Rivals
- PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate
Alongside these titles, Sony has also replaced the old PS3 versions of some titles with the fresher-looking and enhanced PS4 versions. These are as follows:
- Beyond: Two Souls
- Heavy Rain
- Super Stardust Ultra
PS Now is Sony’s equivalent of Netflix but for PlayStation games. The service is available on both PS4 and PC, and is currently on offer at $9.99 for your first month, or $99.99 for a 12-month subscription.