PlayStation Now is Sony’s exclusive game streaming service that allows you to play older titles on your brand new PS4. While we haven’t heard too much from the service in quite some time, Sony has just announced via the PlayStation Blog that a slew of titles has been added to its library. This includes Dark Souls II, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, and Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch.
‘Beginning today, PlayStation Now subscribers can enjoy even more of Bandai Namco’s biggest franchises. Experience FromSoftware’s hit RPG Dark Souls II and explore the dangerous world of Drangleic.
Or pick your favorite fighters and go head-to-head in Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Also new this month are Namco Museum Essentials (Pac-Man, Xevious, Galaga, DigDug, Dragon Spirit, and Xevious Resurrection), as well as Dead to Rights: Retribution.’
However, the one game that PlayStation fans have been clamoring for is still nowhere to be seen. From Software’s Demon’s Souls is still absent from the PS Now library. Hopefully, that’s because the company is already working on a PS4 remaster of the game. Probably not, but one can dream.
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