PlayStation Now Adds 12 More Games, See The Full List Here

A bunch of PS4 games were added to the streaming service this week.

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The lineup of PlayStation Now games continues to grow. With the PlayStation Store update this week, Sony added more than a dozen to the streaming service's catalog for March, including Battleborn, Lords of the Fallen, Adrift, and Darksiders: Warmastered Edition.

You can see the full list of March's new PS Now games below, as posted by Sony on the PlayStation Blog. The list includes PS3-to-PS4 upgrades such as the previously mentioned Darksiders: Warmastered Edition, Terraria, Tiny Brains, and How To Survive: Storm Warning Edition.

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In addition to announcing the next PS Now games, Sony revealed a list of the most popular PS Now games from February. Titles that made the list for February included Red Dead Redemption, The Last of Us, Until Dawn, Mortal Kombat, and NBA 2K16, among others.

PS Now is Sony's game streaming service for PS4 and PC, and it gives players unlimited access to a library of more than 600 titles for $20 a month. Sony updates the PS Now catalog with a new batch of games monthly. February's lineup included NBA 2K16, Yakuza 5, and Dirt Rally.

New PS Now Games For February 2018

PS4

  • Adrift
  • Assetto Corsa
  • Atari Flashback Classics Volume 1
  • Atari Flashback Classics Volume 2
  • Battleborn
  • Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink
  • Defense Grid 2
  • Joe Dever's Lone Wolf
  • Lords of the Fallen
  • Pixel Piracy
  • Megadimension Neptunia VII
  • Zombie Vikings

PS3 to PS4 Upgrades:

  • Darksiders: Warmastered Edition
  • How To Survive: Storm Warning Edition
  • Terraria
  • Tiny Brains

Most Popular PS Now Games In February:

  • Red Dead Redemption
  • NBA 2K16
  • WWE 2K16
  • Payday 2 Crimewave Edition
  • Fallout: New Vegas
  • Until Dawn
  • Mortal Kombat
  • The Last of Us
  • Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution
  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
  • God of War 3 Remastered
  • Yakuza 5

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Pyrosa

Games listed that are EXCELLENT that you might not have tried otherwise (but please do):

Defense Grid 2

Terraria

Totally worth spending a few hours on:

Lords of the Fallen

How to Survive

Battleborn

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sakaiXx

More games is always good for people that uses it. Good job

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spiddyman007

Ok Sony. You managed to sell a console 2x more 18 years ago. When there were less people around and when gaming didn’t turn into candy crush and Star Wars battlefront. Just make a console that fits everybody’s needs( backwards compatible, not that hard, and 4K blue ray drive) bam

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AlexOfBurg

Still don't why this is a thing.

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Xristophoros

@alexofburg: it's the future whether we like it or not.

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AlexOfBurg

@Xristophoros: Oh no I fully understand that, but not now and definitely not at this ridiculous price with this junk performance. They should allow us to download the titles, playing shooters is just simply impossible with the input lag.

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Xristophoros

@alexofburg: if they let you download the titles, that would no longer be a streaming service and defeat the entire purpose of it. with a proper wired connection, the service is pretty good. the problem is most of us don't have a fast enough connection for this service to work as it should, not to mention, some genres will never be ideal with streaming such as shooters or fast paced action games. in 15 years we might no longer have hardware based gaming -- the end user will stream content to a device of some kind and all the processing will be done externally. i suppose sony wants to keep investing and improving the service for when that time comes.

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Pyrosa

@Xristophoros: "Apps on Sony TVs, with Bluetooth controllers" is what they're targeting.

...except for that whole, "oh yeah; we tried that, but then we screwed you all by discontinuing it."

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Xristophoros

@Pyrosa: some samsung tv's had built in ps now functionality as well.

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Barighm

So Darksiders and...other stuff.

MS is really crushing Sony in the back catalogue department. But to be fair, Sony doesn't seem to give a damn. Can't really beat someone who isn't really trying to compete.

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Xylymphydyte

But are they still ruined by input latency, choppy framerate and streaming artifacts? Yeah? That's a shame.

Sony should really just go ahead and switch to a Gamepass style deal with this, I'd jump on it if I could actually install the games to my hardware instead of suggesting inputs to them Twitch Plays Pokemon style.

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Pyrosa

@Xylymphydyte: I think you mean "Twitch Plays Dark Souls," due to the real-time aspect. ;)