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PlayStation Now Adding Three More Games In January

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The subscription service PlayStation Now is getting another set of big games in January, including some notable first-party games. They'll only be available for a limited time, but if you're a subscriber you can grab them starting on January 2.

The month's offerings include Horizon Zero Dawn, with the Frozen Wilds expansion and other bonus content included, along with Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Those two games will be available through April 7, 2020, and you have the option to download or stream them. The service will also add Overcooked 2, though that game doesn't have a set expiration date.

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Meanwhile, you can also still grab the games that became available in December: PUBG, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, and Formula 1 2019. Those are all available until March 2, 2020. Persona 5 and Middle-Earth: Shadow of War will be available through February 3, 2020. God of War (2018), Infamous: Second Son, Grand Theft Auto V, and Uncharted 4: A Thief's End are available for now, but will be removed on January 2.

Sony recently cut the monthly subscription price of PlayStation Now from $20 / £13 to $10 / £9, and at the same time announced it would be rotating in some big games for a limited time. This all appears aimed at competing more directly with Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass service, which offers its own subscription lineup of games and has committed to releasing first-party titles on their wide release dates.

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