Sony just updated its list of games that are available on its streaming PlayStation Now service for January, and, with the new year, the company has expanded its line-up of PlayStation 4 games that are available on the service.
Starting today, subscribers will be able to play a handful of new PS4 games on the service, including a horror favorite that will leave you second guessing the decisions you make, Until Dawn. The game was introduced a while back and brings interactive horror to a whole new level, as you try to survive the onslaught of a dangerous killer.
Other games introduced to the service this month include Knack, Shadow of the Beast and Gravity Rush Remastered, bringing the total count to over 600 PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 games that are available on the service.
Here’s the list of PlayStation 4 games you can play right now.
- Until Dawn
- Gravity Rush Remastered
- Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
- Fat Princess Adventures
- Shadow of the Beast
- Escape Plan
- Hardware Rivals
- PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate
On top of that, Sony has also updated previously released PlayStation 3 games on the service to the more enhanced PlayStation 4 editions, including Heavy Rain, Super Stardust Ultra and Beyond: Two Souls. The full list is below, and the updated versions are available for no additional charge:
- Beyond: Two Souls
- Heavy Rain
- Super Stardust Ultra
Sony is currently offering the 7-day free trial for newcomers to try the service out, so that they can play games on both PlayStation 4 and PC’s. Following that, they can pay $9.99 for the first month of service, or splurge and spend $99.99 on a year-long subscription. It’s a limited time offer, so if you’re looking to get a good value on a streaming service, that’s the way to go.
PlayStation Now is available on PlayStation 4 and PC.