PlayStation Now's Most-Played 2015 Games Revealed as New Titles Arrive
There are now more than 300 games in the PS Now library.
Sony announced today which games were most popular on the PlayStation Now streaming service in 2015. Naughty Dog's post-apocalyptic The Last of Us led the way, with NBA 2K14, Batman: Arkham City, Saints Row IV, and God of War Ascension rounding out the top five.
These games were played for "literally millions of hours," Sony said in a PlayStation Blog post. You can see the full top ten list below.
Additionally, Sony has announced that seven new Deep Silver-published games were added to the PlayStation Now catalog today, including Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell and Metro: Last Light. The full list is available below.
Counting these new games and the 40-plus titles added in January, PlayStation Now's library now includes more than 300 games. New games are typically added on a monthly basis, so that number is poised to grow further still.
Most-Played PlayStation Now Games of 2015:
- The Last of Us
- NBA 2K14
- Batman: Arkham City
- Saints Row IV
- God of War: Ascension
- Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception
- The Walking Dead
- Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
- BioShock Infinite
- Saints Row: The Third
Games Added to PlayStation Now February 2:
- Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell
- Escape Dead Island
- Metro: Last Light
- Narco Terror
- Risen 3 Titan Lords
- Sacred Citadel
- Sacred 3
Additionally, Sony revealed that it rolled out a new PS Now feature in January called "My List." As the name suggests, this lets you select games from the library to play at a later time.
Individual game rental pricing varies by duration, while all-you-can-play subscriptions cost $20/month. PlayStation Now is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita, as well as some Sony TVs and PlayStation TV.
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