Bloodborne Now Available on PC via PlayStation Now, Project Cars and Others Also Added
Sony has revealed the titles they’re adding to their PlayStation Now gaming service in September, and the lineup is headlined by a big name! This month Bloodborne joins PlayStation Now, which means the PS4-exclusive is now playable on the PC for the first time ever. Sony-published PS4 exclusives are in somewhat short supply on PS Now – big games like InFamous Second Son, Ratchet & Clank, and Uncharted 4 are still missing – so this is a significant add.
In addition to Bloodborne, Sony is also adding Project Cars, God Eater Resurrection, and more to PlayStation Now. Here’s the full September lineup:
- Aces of the Luftwaffe
- Alchemic Jousts
- Bard’s Gold
- Exile’s End
- God Eater Resurrection
- Moto Racer 4
- Project Cars
- Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom
- The Dwarves
As usual, Sony also provided a list of the most popular PS Now games from last month:
- Red Dead Redemption
- WWE 2K16
- Fallout New Vegas
- Mortal Kombat
- Mafia 2
- Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution
- The Last of Us
- NBA 2K16
- Batman: Arkham Origins
- Injustice: Gods Among Us
For the uninitiated, Sony’s PlayStation Now service allows subscribers to stream a library of over 650 PS3 and PS4 games (check out the full lineup here) on the PC and your PS4. The service, which doesn’t require a PlayStation Plus account, usually costs $20 per month, or $100 if you subscribe for a year, but until September 25 Sony is offering players a month for only $10. Sign up for a seven-day free trial, right here.
It was recently rumored that PlayStation Now would start offering the option to download games this September, but we’ve yet to get an announcement. Of course, we’ll let you know if/when Sony makes the feature official.
What are you thoughts on PlayStation Now’s September lineup? Obviously, Bloodborne is a must-play, but do any of the other games on this month’s list pique your interest?
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