Ten new games have been announced for PlayStation’s streaming service, PlayStation Now, via the PlayStation Blog. The biggest of which would be Firaxis Games’ critically acclaimed sequel XCOM2. It appears that this will just be the base version of the game, and not include any of the post launch content. The PlayStation Blog has the full run down of the new games this month.
- Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition
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- Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers
- Gem Smashers
- Lost Sea
- Primal (PS2)
- This is the Police
- Touhou: Scarlet Curiosity
- Warhammer 40K: Deathwatch
- XCOM 2
The PlayStation Now streaming service has seen a healthy amount of support since its launch back in 2014. The service streams an extensive backlog of PlayStation titles from your PlayStation 4, provided that your internet connection is strong enough. Back in June, PlayStation announced that the service has now reached a library of over 650 games playable on PlayStation 4 and PC. As of last year, PlayStation announced that PlayStation 4 games would be making their way to the service.
Subscriptions for PlayStation Now are divided up into 3 separate plans. You can pay $9.99 for a monthly subscription, $29.99 for the 3-month plan, or $99.99 for the 1 year subscription. Games are accessible from the PlayStation 4’s XMB bar, and of course are playable for as long as your subscription is active.