More BioShock and Borderlands Games Join PlayStation Streaming Service

PlayStation Now's library continues to grow.

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New Borderlands and BioShock games are now available through Sony's streaming service, PlayStation Now. Sony has announced that Borderlands 1-2 and BioShock 1-2 have been added to the lineup.

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Another 2K Games title, BioShock Infinite, was already available on PlayStation Now.

PlayStation Now December 1 New Additions:

The arrival of these follows the release of 105 new games, including 21 from Capcom, in November. With these new games, the PlayStation Now library stands at more than 250 titles.

In a PlayStation Blog post, Sony also teased that it will have "exciting news" to share this coming weekend as part of PlayStation Experience. The show takes place December 5 through December 6 in San Francisco. GameSpot will have all the news from the show as it's announced.

PlayStation Now is offered on a range of devices, including PS4, PS3, PS Vita, and PS TV, as well as a variety of Sony and Samsung TVs and Blu-ray players. Individual game rental pricing varies by duration, while all-you-can-play subscriptions cost $20/month.

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