Starting next month, Sony will add six more games to its PlayStation Now subscription, offering new play not only to PlayStation 4 owners but also to PlayStation 5 owners. The six games announced this week on the PlayStation Now service F1 2020, Injustice 2, Rage 2, My time at Portia, the kingdom is coming: rescue,and Warhammer: Birmintide 2, An array of diverse titles expected to be available from November 3rd, as long as you have a PlayStation Now subscription.
Of course, all new PlayStation Now games can be played on PlayStation 4, but these six games will also be playable on the next-generation PlayStation 5 subscription, which will be released in November. The next generation upgrade of the game has not yet been announced, but the new console will be playable via backward compatibility. However, you can benefit from the power of PlayStation 5 through faster loading times and other improvements.
Below is an overview of each game and a trailer for each game to preview what’s coming to PlayStation Now. Each game will be added on November 3rd. Kingdom Come: Deliverance It will only be available for service until May 3, 2021.
One of the three headliners for the new PlayStation Now game in November, F1 2020 From Codemasters, it’s the official video game for the 2020 FIA Formula One World Championship. Racing games include a rich collection of different F1 cars, the famous drivers who control them, and all the game modes such as My Team and Career Mode.
Games that require little referral, Injustice 2 Another big win for PlayStation Now. The NetherRealm Studios game is a follow-up fighting game by Mortal Kombat creators that brings together numerous DC heroes, villains, and everything in between.We don’t know anything yet Plan Illegal 3, so Injustice 2 For now we need to keep us.
Rage 2 Much of the world’s population drops players into a post-apocalyptic setting that has been wiped out. The people left behind must have something to do with what they have, consisting of vehicle combat and apocalyptic mayhem that you will wage war with those who ruled the new world.
A game that is much more subdued than before, My time at Portia Players can shape the town through agriculture, crafts, and other community-building activities. Packed with mini-games to get you out of all the hard work, you can even explore dungeons and more if you need a little adventure.
A medieval RPG, trying to achieve some impressive levels of realism, Kingdom Come: Deliverance Another PlayStation 4 game that will join the PlayStation Now family next month. DLC has been released several times since its launch, so if you like what you’ve experienced when you try it, you can follow the main story.
Set in the vast and robust world of Warhammer Warhammer: Birmintide 2 A very successful follow-up Birmintide game. By choosing and mastering a large number of unique characters, you can bring your friends to this Warhammer game, develop a unique playstyle and fight all kinds of beasts and bad guys.