Sport sim WWE 2K19 and sci-fi puzzle horror Observation also join this month.
PSNow continually ratcheting up the games. They've got a great catalog included at this point.
"Resident Evil 7 biohazard is available until November 30, 2020." Less than 3 months for a game that came out almost 4 years ago. "Final Fantasy XV is available until March 1, 2021." I'm a PS guy but I don't think Sony is adding games fast enough to balance out how quickly they're leaving the service. And unlike most streaming services, their internally made stuff isn't all on PS Now either. Don't get me wrong, PS Now is so much better now than it was last year but look at what Games Pass is getting (this is an incomplete list as well): Hypnospace Outlaw (added August 27th, 2020) Tell Me Why - Chapter 1 (added August 27th, 2020) Double Kick Heroes (added August 28th, 2020) Wasteland 3 (added August 28th, 2020) Drake Hollow (added August 28th, 2020) Resident Evil 7 Biohazard (added September 3rd, 2020) Tell Me Why - Chapter 2 (added September 3rd, 2020) The Jackbox Party Pack 4 (added September 3rd, 2020) Touhou Luna Nights (added September 3rd, 2020) Hotshot Racing (added September 10th, 2020) Tell Me Why - Chapter 3 (added September 10th, 2020) Destiny 2 expansions Forsaken, Shadowkeep (September 2020) That's an exciting list that even includes completely new games. Sony can't compete if they don't go all in but it doesn't make financial sense for them to do that. Btw, PS Plus is way better than Games With Gold.
Maybe another perspective is that PSNow already has more than double the games GamePass has so GamePass has some catching up to do? Yea all their 1st Party games aren't on GamePass because.... well, they're awesome games that bring a lot of revenue in sales. If/when Xbox ever gets to that point we'll see if their policies change...
@cornelis "Sony isn't trying to sell its consoles on its services" I'm going to avoid that statement, being that's simply your own, personal, observation. We're simply looking at two separate companies that offer a subscription service that allow you to download games for the cost and, sorry, as someone who owns both, gamepass>PS Now.
Lol resident evil isn't expensive they try on psnow good chance they'll buy if they like it and don't complete ezpecially with vr
Played them already.
Sounds like they played you.
Your comment sounds stupid.
Your stupidity shouldn't comment.
Your English class played you.
Why did they take god of war off psnow. wtf sony
Resident Evil 7 also was literally just added to Xbox Gamepass Ultimate for September lol
Probably Capcom pushing it out rather than Sony/MS pulling it onboard.
Sport sim WWE? Wrestling isnt sport.
I paid $40 for a year of PSNow. They have sales like that all the time. Even at the regular price of $60, it's an incredible value. Sony exclusives are actually worth retail price, so I don't mind them not being on PSNow until later. I also don't mind that games leave the service over time because I try to play them when early and then move on. I'm hooked on Dead Cells right now from August, so we'll see if I get to September games anytime soon.
Question. Do you have to download the PS4 games or are they in the cloud like the PS2-3 games?
All PS4 games can be downloaded or streamed. I always download them for obvious reasons.
Sony used to add way more games a month. They really need to go back to this faster output especially if they wanna be very competitive
They also changed the price and still offered many more games a month than now
I think people do also forget if you have the same game that are on both and you want to play it online (lets say PUBG as an example.) Then based on a years worth of subscription time (at full price) it cost nearly twice as much to play on the Xbox GP. That is a FACT. PS NOW 12 months = £49.99 , XBOX GP Ultimate (yes ultimate because u need to GOLD as well) 6 month = £47.99 x 2 = 95.98 GP £7.99 Per month, PSNOW £4.16 and before anyone says it, you DO NOT need plus to play PSNOW games online.
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