Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and More Come to PS Now in June

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Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and More Come to PS Now in June

Stream or download hundreds of games, including ten new additions joining the lineup this month.

Hello, PlayStation Now fans! Today we’re adding ten new games to the PlayStation Now library of more than 300 PS4 games to download, and more than 750 games in all to stream. This month the top games include Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, LEGO CITY Undercover, Surgeon Simulator, I Am Bread, and many more! Subscribers can stream any game in the service to PS4 and PC, and download any PS4 game and PS2 game in the service directly to their PS4.

Also, we will be offering an awesome deal on PlayStation Now starting June 7 as part of the Days of Play promotion. Stay tuned for more info here on PS Blog and over on the .

The one game to rule them all this month is Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, winner of over 50 “Best of 2014” awards including Game of the Year and Best Action Game. Become Talion, a Ranger of the Black Gate, a vengeful spirit embarking on a relentless vendetta across an open-world Mordor. Uncover the truth behind your Wraith resurrection, discover the origins of the Rings of Power, and build your legend. With unique combat stealth, combat, and Wraith powers and the ground-breaking Nemesis system, become the most feared force in Mordor and work to dismantle Sauron’s forces from within.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and More Come to PS Now in June

Play as police officer Chase McCain as he goes undercover to hunt down escaped convict Rex Fury, and put an end to the city-wide crime wave in LEGO CITY Undercover, an original LEGO story with signature LEGO humor and storytelling. Play alone or with a friend in 2-player co-op and investigate more than 20 unique districts full of car thieves to bust, movie references to discover, vehicles to drive, and collectibles to… collect.

Other new games this month in include the bloody and hilarious Surgeon Simulator, the quirky, toasty, and gluten-free I Am Bread, and the crazy and explosive car crash sandbox simulator Danger Zone.

Here is the full list of the ten new games joining PS Now this month to download to PS4 or stream to PS4 and PC:

  • Anodyne (PS4)
  • Danger Zone (PS4)
  • Desert Child (PS4)
  • I Am Bread (PS4)
  • Inside My Radio (PS4)
  • LEGO CITY Undercover (PS4)
  • Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor (PS4)
  • RIVE (PS4)
  • Surgeon Simulator (PS4)
  • Valkyria Chronicles Remastered (PS4)

Here are the most played PS Now games during the month of May:

  • NBA 2K18
  • Batman Arkham Knight
  • WWE 2K18
  • Mortal Kombat X
  • Mafia III
  • Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution
  • For Honor
  • LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game
  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited
  • Saint’s Row IV: Re-Elected
  • Sniper Elite IV
  • Payday 2: Crimewave Edition

If you haven’t tried PlayStation Now yet, now’s the perfect time to give it a spin with the seven-day free trial for PS4 and PC. (Terms apply. New Subscribers only. Credit card required. See here for details.)

Stay tuned for more updates on PS Now. Happy gaming!

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  • Is I am bread an easy platinum?

  • Why the older of the 2 Shadow games? Why not something current? Why another double dip with Plus?
    Why do you constantly dump on your biggest supporters, yearly paying for multiple programs, only to slight them, cheap them, and cheat them.

    Btw, maybe offering a discount on the DLC for some of the Plus games at some point, would be a kind gesture. I’m looking at you, The Surge. What’s more insulting is that the Complete Edition will go on sale at month’s end. Almost like clockwork. For the price of one of the DLCs. It’s common sense, paying for something twice, that prevents me from purchasing it. I understand it’s a good deal, but only for those who don’t hand over hundreds in memberships per year already. It’s insulting to the financially supportive minority. The only demo that should actually be tossed a bone every once in a while. Even the random 15% off codes I used to get in the weekly emails on occasion, it’s been FAR TOO LONG since I think anyone has seen one of them.
    A theme is a slap in the face, unless you’re a 12 year old boy, as are avatars/emojis/free garbage for free garbage games.

    Enuff = Enuff.

    • I understand your argument but honestly if you have this many issues with the service than you should probably just unsubscribe. At the moment, PS Now is a significantly better deal than Xbox Game Pass. 750+ games vs 150+ games. $100 a year vs $120 a year.

    • Wait, your argument comes down to the dollar amount? I think anyone would agree in a strictly unbiased manner that quality trumps value or quantity, if all things are equal for all people. In other words, a perfect world where $ isn’t the deciding factor. Let’s be real, when it is, it’s unfortunately but likely a forced decision.
      The sheer number of double dipped titles (Plus and NOW just months apart frequently) is something that many people find as a huge point of contention right now. GIVING SONY EVEN MORE MONEY on a flat yearly basis for both services/programs/whatever means that there really should be more of an effort to differentiate and promote the 2. But more importantly…..have them both be seen as separate but equally valuable pillars of the PSN infrastructure.
      I don’t own a current gen Microsoft console. However, just from owning a 360 I’ve amassed this gigantic library of titles to keep permanently. Also, I’ve taken a good look at both services comparably, and it’s almost a no-brainer, simply because of the 1st party stuff, current n last gen, that’s still being held ransom by Sony. Compared to the Day 1 Microsoft Exclusives that are added to the service on that day, its again “quantity vs quality”.

      Speaking of which, when Sony cut Plus from 6 free games to 2, one would assume the quality would increase exponentially. Instead, great indie titles that resonate with me, but most of the general public dump on because it has an MSRP of $14.99 and they never heard of it.
      If I dropped one service, it’s a catch 22. Likely it would be Plus, because of the questionable practice of the games showing up mysteriously on NOW so soon after. But, ooops….now I can’t play online if I did that. Jokes on the consumer, there. No problem though, I’ll eat that one.
      Yet, at the end of the day, when everything n everyone seems to have a dollar amount attached to em, with microtransactions and more importantly sub fees that rise rapidly and yearly tacked on top. It all starts to become pretty simple at that point. Those who are willing to throw up the money to keep that network afloat, by being year long subscribers to everything offered (by choice), really do deserve to be catered to and thrown a bone every once in a while.
      It would be less of an issue if this wasn’t common practice in the past. It was. Sony used to dish out them promo coupons and silly emails to “watch a video n get a 20% coupon instantly”. But the well dried up, at a time when the same things cost more but less is being offered to the consumer in return. More going in, less going out. Doesn’t add up, no matter what math ya use or how ya cut it.
      Btw, just bc I’m savy enough to re-subscribe at the lowest possible price point each year, based on deals n deal history yearly n whatever, doesn’t discount my points or make any of it less relevant. I probably wouldn’t seek out those deals if it were easier to substantiate the cost.

    • Half of your argument is wrong and subjective but feel free to believe what you want I guess lol.

  • DeadEyeCowboy__

    Not too bad I guess.

  • Excited to try out Lego City Undercover and Danger Zone.

    • And that’s the problem. Lego City is $9.99 to keep forever via Amazon or Best Buy. Danger Zone is constantly on sale as a “double deals with plus” for less than a burrito at Chipotle. Danger Zone 1 n 2, about 10 bucks when the price is right on the 2 pack. Makes the value of temporarily owning the right to play them just become way less appealing.
      To clarify, I keep paying because I want them to succeed. Call it stupidity, call it disposable income, doesn’t matter. It could become the Netflix of gaming with the potentially massive library being locked away at the moment.
      Sony did just buy into Microsoft’s streaming technology though (can’t give the details verbatim, as I don’t recall the specifics). So maybe it will actually meet the potential in the foreseeable future? That’s a step in the right direction, at least from a “futureproofing” perspective.

    • Thanks for the pointless comment I guess?

  • Every PlayStation exclusive that’s at least a few years old should be PS Now. Games like:
    Jak & Daxter, Jak 2, Jak 3, Jak X (PS4 Versions)
    Ratchet & Clank Collection and Deadlocked
    PS All Stars Battle Royale
    Twisted Metal Black
    Resistance 1 & 2
    Gran Turismo 6
    The Order: 1886
    inFamous Second Son/First Light
    Little Big Planet 3

  • Add persona 5! Please Sony! It’s a playstation hit, it can be the ps3 version I don’t care, do it on july
    And valkirya ni no kuni and tales of vesperia are not on europe, solve that issue please

  • And improve the progran on pc, it’s slow, doesn’t have search and can’t add many games on my list

  • Keep going, it’s a great service!

  • They should add Fallout 3 GOTY instead of the standard version with no dlc’s

  • Every month I hope for 3D Dot Game Heroes, and every month I set myself up for disappointment.

  • I wish that final fantasy games were here, all square Enix games really like star Ocean and find a way to let us stream ps1 games and add more ps2 games

  • Request:
    Can you please add Yakuza Dead Souls to the service?

  • It’s Surgeon Simulator A&E that was added not ER. I thought I was going to get to play it on PSVR. :(

  • Why are you labelling shadow of mordor as a new game when it’s already been out for a month? This is just getting worse every month now.

  • When do they announce games they are adding for the next month?

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