Sony announced the included games in May on PlayStation Now, which include an acclaimed soulslike and two other choices.
The news arrives on the same day which represents the last chance to get three free games as part of the subscription to Playstation plus.
Today and for a few more hours you can in fact take home the three titles of April, which will soon give way to as many new entries for PS4 and PS5.
Unlike PS Plus, the streaming and on-demand gaming platform will not make territorial distinctions, at least for the moment.
This month on PlayStation Now, face terrifying yokai, engage in OTT manga battles, or clean up the streets of Wood Oak City.
— PlayStation Europe (@PlayStationEU) May 3, 2021
The three news of the month on PlayStation Now I’m:
- Jump Force
- Streets of Rage 4
Nioh is proposed without any expiration date but it is not the version for PlayStation 5: you will enjoy it, regardless of the console, like on PS4 base.
A problem, this of the upgrades, which had become clear in April, when the players found themselves in front of Marvel’s Avengers for the old-gen console despite having just received the PS5 update.
Jump Force instead it has one Expiration date very precise: you can in fact play the Bandai Namco brawler until August 2, 2021.
The same goes for Streets of Rage 4: the return of the acclaimed beat ’em up series will be part of the subscription until next November 1st.
The practice of expiration dates is well known and divides among fans, since there are those who think it is a sparagnino method by the Tokyo giant and those who appreciate transparency; evidently, if only for now, it will not disappear.
A level lineup again this month for PlayStation Now, after the trio baked just a month ago based on service games.
That of April seemed to all intents and purposes a response to Xbox Game Pass, which had announced the introduction of another GaaS (or similar) for the same month.
That’s not all for Sony’s subscription service, however, as demonstrated by the move to 1080p that is being celebrated right now.
If you are not a subscriber, you can buy now a PlayStation Now subscription on Amazon