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Elder Scrolls Online, Sniper Elite 4, and others added to Playstation Now this month

Here's the games added to PS Now in October 2018

Sony has announced a new bundle of games headed for their PS Now service in October. For those that aren’t in the know, PS Now is a cloud gaming subscription service that allows gamers to stream classic and new games to their PS4 consoles. Gamers gain access to more than 650 games across the various era of Playstation, going all the way back to some classic PS2 games.

And don’t worry if you have less-than-perfect downstream speeds or bandwidth, portions of game date for some titles are now stored on your PS4 console when streaming to reduce bandwidth usage with the service. Although you’ll still need a zippy internet connection, at least fast enough to reliably stream HD video, in order to use the Playstation Now streaming service.

There’s a good mix of high-end AAA and indie or retro titles on the service, so check it out if that kinds of thing interests you. Expect some really good games like The Last of Us, Bloodborne and God of War 3 Remastered as part of the offer, in addition to many more games.

The full list of games being added to PS Now this month is as follows:

  • 100ft Robot Golf

  • Asdivine Hearts

  • Bound

  • Bridge Constructor

  • Carmageddon: Max Damage

  • Ducati: 90th Anniversary

  • Elder Scrolls Online

  • Sniper Elite 4

  • Styx: Shards of Darkness

  • Torment: Tides of Numenera


Sony has also reset all previous 7-day trials for the PS Now service this week. Meaning that you can test out the service for a week before deciding if you want to pay the full sub price. And even if you previously used the service, you still get access to a free trial after this reset.

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