With the impending launch of the PS5, the PS4 is starting to fall behind in interest for gamers. But that doesn’t mean Sony is throwing the console to the wind and the wolves. And with January 2020, some rather excellent PS4 titles will be getting a burst of popularity when they become part of the
Sony just detailed the new additions to Playstation Now starting in 2020. Games of the PS4 variety can expect three new mainline titles in December 2019. While this month’s additions to the PlayStation Now service aren’t huge in numbers, they do deliver quite a bit of action. If you’re looking for shooters, this is probably
Sony has some good news for console gaming fiends ahead of the holiday season. That’s because three more great games are coming to PlayStation Now in November 2019. As announced earlier today, these three new video games will join the hundreds already featured on the service as part of the ever-expanding library of Playstation classics
Playstation Now has been going through some pretty big chnages over these last few months. Sony recently revamped the games-on-demand service so that customers could download games to their consoles, for one thing. Playstation Now has also been steadily updated with new games each month, adding Playstation classics and new titles by the dozen, giving
PlayStation Now, the paid service for PS4 owners which gives them access to hundreds of PS2, PS3 and PS4 titles for one low fee each month, just got even better. If you’re unfamiliar with Playstation Now, it’s a premium service offered by Sony which allows gamers to play hundreds of games for one low price.
PlayStation Now, the game streaming service for Sony fans, is getting better and better every month. The service expands with new games each month from a variety of console generations, including modern PS4 hits as well as PS3 and PS2 classics. So strap in and take a look at what Sony has planed for this
It looks like PlayStation Now will soon be open to many more gamers across the globe, according to a blog post from Sony. The entertainment giant has revealed that a new batch of countries will be getting a public beta for the expanded PS Now service in February 2019. If you had no idea, Playstation
Sony has announced the newest batch of games to join their game streaming service, Playstation Now. Playstation 4 and Playstation 3 games continue to be part of the bundle, with seven PS4 games and two titles for the PS3. Headlining the bundle is an interesting mix of genres, with a decidedly eerie bend to the
PlayStation Now has received another 50 games to its service, with Ubisoft’s For Honor leading the charge for a bloody and interesting holiday. And with the already massive roster of games, the service has managed to earn a sub from many gamers, and now they’re hoping to tap into the 10 million players of For Honor.
PlayStation Now subscribers are getting a bunch of new games, and some new features to make finding new games they might want to play easier. The new Collections features for Playstation Now will bundle games on the service based on platform, genre, and themes. Since there’s more than 700 games on the service as of
Playstation Now, the subscription-based service on PS4, has some new games this month to entice more gamers to join up. Sony offers Playstation Now as a PS4-based competitor to services like GameFly and Xbox Game Pass. And it’s also running a current special set of deals for new subs. PlayStation Now is also running a