PS4 And PC's New PlayStation Now Games For March Revealed
Take control, fight Nazis, and postpone the end of the world.
Sony has announced another slate of PlayStation Now games coming to the service in March, and it includes some recent heavy-hitters from big franchises and critical hits. The 11 new games are now available to stream or download for PlayStation Now subscribers.
The headliners for the month include Control, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and Wolfenstein: The New Colossus. Control is the latest game from Remedy and was named one of GameSpot's Best Games of 2019. Tomb Raider and New Colossus are the latest entries in their respective, beloved franchises. You can see the full lineup of March games below.
As part of the announcement, Sony also announced that PUBG will remain available on PS Now, letting you stream the popular battle royale game. And be sure to play Horizon Zero Dawn and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy before they rotate out of the service on April 7, 2020.
Sony recently expanded its PS Now offerings, as competition heats up with Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass service. PlayStation Now is a similar subscription model, and with the recent price drop it's also $10 per month. The PS Now service allows you to stream games as well as download them, which also means that the games are playable on PC. In February the service added Cities: Skylines, Lego Worlds, and The Evil Within.
This is a separate subscription from PlayStation Plus, which enables online multiplayer and cloud saves, and comes with a couple of included games per month. The Plus games for March include Shadow of the Colossus and Sonic Forces, and they're available now.
PlayStation Now Games (March 2020)
- Control (available until Monday, August 31)
- Dead or Alive 5 Last Round
- Nascar Heat 3
- Nights of Azure
- Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon
- Romance of the Three Kingdoms 13
- Shadow of the Tomb Raider (available until August 31)
- Toukiden 2
- Toukiden Kiwami
- Warriors All-Stars
- Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus
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