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Fallout 4, Doom and More Join PlayStation Now Library in August

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Fallout 4, Doom and More Join PlayStation Now Library in August

The latest batch of additions to the PlayStation Now library have been announced, and there’s a decent spread of titles for subscribers to choose from.

In a post to the official PlayStation Blog, it was revealed that a total of 10 new titles would be made available on the service.

Highlights from the titles listed include Fallout 4, the latest entry in Bethesda’s open world RPG series; the 2016 reboot of Doom; and Tekken 7, a highly lauded entry in the fighting genre mainstay.

Of the titles revealed, seven are PlayStation 4 titles and three are PlayStation 3 titles. All 10 titles would be available for streaming, while the seven PlayStation 4 titles will also be available for download.

All 10 titles will be available for play starting on Aug. 6. The full list of titles being added to PlayStation Now can be viewed down below.

  • Castlevania Lords of Shadow (PS3) – Available for streaming.
  • Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 (PS3) – Available for streaming.
  • Castlevania Lords of Shadow: Mirror of Fate (PS3) – Available for streaming.
  • Doom (PS4) – Available for streaming and download.
  • Fallout 4 (PS4) – Available for streaming and download.
  • Monster Energy Supercross (PS4) – Available for streaming and download.
  • MotoGP 17 (PS4) – Available for streaming and download.
  • Tekken 7 (PS4) – Available for streaming and download.
  • The Raven: Remastered (PS4) – Available for streaming and download.
  • Wolfenstein: The New Order (PS4) – Available for streaming and download.

Launched in 2015, PlayStation Now has expanded both the depth of its library and the scope of its availability in recent years.

The service currently has over 800 titles available for streaming, with titles ranging from PlayStation 2 classics to more recent releases on the PlayStation 4.

It’s no surprise, then, that the service has seen steady increases in its subscriber base and revenue, with 700,000 confirmed users and a 40 percent annual increase in paying subscribers since launch.

More on that feat, and what’s ahead for PlayStation Now, can be found here.

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