Defend Gotham, tear up the track and keep cool under pressure in this month’s fresh games on PlayStation’s streaming service
Yes, it’s that time again, as PlayStation’s streaming service PS Now expands with yet another varied selection of games that are available to play today..
And today’s new line-up means you can now clash with super criminals in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, battle the world’s finest drivers in F1 2016, play it cool under pressure with Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition or realise your building ambitions in the fantastic Terraria.
In addition, you can also play the following:
- Follow the trail of a demonic preacher in gorgeous horror Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood!
- Challenge yourself to some pixelated platforming in Bard’s Gold.
- Challenge friends to a series of colourful puzzles in Yamayama.
- Card game meets action-packed multiplayer in Alchemic Jousts!
- Strap in and start defending your home from maniacal furballs in Blast ‘Em Bunnies.
- Forgo patience and precision for explosive mayhem in Dynamite Fishing – World Games.
All of which cements PS Now as the place to go to try out a rich variety of experiences – and for one monthly price.
With over 500 PS3 and PS4 games already on the service, you’ve instant access to a selection of PS4’s catalogue, and you can dive back into PlayStation’s rich heritage (or try out classics you missed), there’s never been a better time to get your stream on.
And as of this week, PS Now is available in more territories than ever; along with UK, Germany, France and Benelux, this week the service has launched in Ireland, Austria and Switzerland!
So, in summary, joining PS Now this month are:
- Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
- F1 2016
- Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition
- Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood
- Bard’s Gold
- Alchemic Jousts
- Blast ‘Em Bunnies
- Dynamite Fishing – World Games
And don’t forget, PS Now is the only place on PC to play PlayStation exclusives. Want to sign up*? Find out how here.
*PS Now is available in UK, Germany, France, Benelux, and is now also available in Ireland, Austria and Switzerland