PlayStation Now, Sony’s on-demand game service, has slowly and quietly dominated the game services market for quite some time now. Reported late last year, the service accounted for over 51% of all gaming subscription services on the market. Bundled with the option of being able to download games available now instead of streaming, makes the service even more attractive to a wide variety of gamers. This month, the service will be added multiple new game to its library, including a few well known and reviewed titles.
Released in PlayStations’s US blog, Prey, Project Cars 2, and Metro 2033 Redux lead a list of new games coming to the subscription service. Other games include Chess Ultra (PS4), God Eater 2: Rage Burst (PS4), Lock’s Quest (PS4), Onechanbara Z2: Chaos (PS4), Skydrift (PS3), and Thunder Wolves (PS3). Including January’s games, over 275 streamable and downloadable PS4 games are available, and over 700 games streamable altogether.
The big title of the month, Bethesda’s Prey, is a sci-fi thriller that not only bends your mind, but also your body. As stated from the blog post:
You awaken aboard space station Talos I, only to find that you’ve been at the center of a science experiment gone terribly wrong. Use your wits, a unique arsenal of deadly weapons, and an array of mind-bending abilities to survive against horrific aliens and discover the dark secrets lurking within Talos I.
Players who have yet to try the service have the opportunity to try PlayStation Now for free for 7 days, on either your PS4 or PC.