PlayStation Now Adds Three More Games For November On PS4, PC

Sony continues to shore up its competitive subscription service.

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PlayStation Now recently dropped its price as competition with other game subscription and streaming services heats up, and Sony has announced another three games joining the lineup for the month of November. The company also shared data on the most played games through the service in October. Anything available on the service's streaming selection is playable on your PC too.

The new month will add the acclaimed Japanese RPG Persona 5, action adventure game Middle-earth: Shadow of War, and the indie Metroidvania Hollow Knight. Persona 5 and Shadow of War will be available through February 4, 2020, while no end date was given for Hollow Knight.

October's new additions included God of War, Grand Theft Auto 5, Uncharted 4, and Infamous: Second Son. Each of those are still available through January 2, 2020. Not surprisingly, they're also all on the most played list for the month of October (below).

PlayStation Now began as Sony's streaming-only service, but in 2018 added a download option. Then in October, it dropped the price to $10 per month, making it competitive with Xbox Game Pass. It combined this announcement with limited-time inclusions like God of War.

Top PlayStation Now Games (October 2019)

  1. Grand Theft Auto V
  2. God of War
  3. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
  4. Infamous Second Son
  5. Rocket League
  6. Fallout 4
  7. NBA 2K18
  8. WWE 2K18
  9. Mortal Kombat X
  10. Batman Arkham Knight
  11. Mafia 3
  12. Farming Simulator 19
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