PlayStation Now Adds Uncharted 2, God of War 2, and More
Five new PlayStation 3 games are now available for the streaming service in North America, bringing total number of games to 109.
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Sony on Tuesday released five new PlayStation 3 titles for its game-streaming service PlayStation Now. The handful of new games, which include Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and God of War II, are available in North America only.
PlayStation Now users now have access to a library of 109 titles in all, and that's set to grow further still in the months ahead.
The five new games released for PlayStation Now on February 3 are:
Not interested in any of those? Sony also said it plans to add new titles to PlayStation Now every month, including blockbuster games, indie titles, and "everything in between." The company has not yet announced March's games.
PlayStation Now, which is now available across PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, PlayStation TV, and select Bravia TVs, allows users to rent single titles or buy into a subscription plan for unlimited streaming.
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