PS2 Games Join PlayStation Now Streaming Catalog

There are nearly 650 games in the PS Now library.

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Sony continues to update and expand PlayStation Now, the company's game streaming service. As announced today, the PS Now catalog now includes PlayStation 2 titles. The first of these are the PS2 titles Ape Escape 2, Dark Cloud 2, and Hot Shots Tennis.

These games display in high definition and also include Trophies to unlock and collect, Sony confirmed in a PlayStation Blog post today.

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Outside of the first wave of PS2 games, the PS Now library has added the dark and wonderful platformer Limbo and Metal Slug 3. Additionally, Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics, Sine Mora EX, Siren, and The Last Blade 2 join the library today. What's more, Blazblue Chrono Phantasma Extend is now in the catalog as an upgrade from PS3 to PS4.

PlayStation Now started off with only PlayStation 3 games. In March 2017, Sony announced that PlayStation 4 games would also be included; and now PlayStation 2 titles have arrived.

In addition to announcing the next PlayStation Now games, Sony revealed a list of the most popular games on the service in April. Titles that made the list for February included Red Dead Redemption, God of War 3 Remastered, WWE 2K16, Mortal Kombat, NBA 2K16, Homefront: The Revolution, God of War Collection, Fallout New Vegas, Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution, and Sonic Generations.

PlayStation Now gives players unlimited access to a library of nearly 650 titles for $20 a month. Sony updates the PS Now catalog with a new batch of games monthly. For more, check out GameSpot's roundup of all the PlayStation Now games here.

May 2018 PlayStation Now Games:

  • Ape Escape 2
  • Blazblue Chrono Phantasma Extend
  • Dark Cloud 2
  • Hot Shots Tennis
  • The Last Blade 2
  • Limbo
  • Metal Slug 3
  • Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics
  • Sine Mora EX
  • Siren

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