PlayStation Now Gets inFamous 2, Twisted Metal and More for March Update
Sony is adding five new games this month to its PlasyStation Now subscription service, that will be available on the PlayStation 4 in the United States and Canada. While a date has not been mentioned, it’s assumed that subscribers will get access to the new titles when the PlayStation Store updates tomorrow on March 3.
PlayStation Now allows paying members to stream older titles from previous consoles on their new hardware. Here’s what you’ll be given access to soon enough:
We all know you enjoyed running around virtual Seattle as Delsin in inFamous Second Son on PS4, but have you seen the world through Cole MacGrath’s eyes? For those of you that missed the second installment of inFamous, now is the time to catch up.
What would PlayStation Now be without a visit from our dear friend Sweet Tooth? Relive the vehicular carnage as you stream the latest iteration in the Twisted Metal franchise.
Do you like to kick it old school? Then R-Type Dimensions is for you. A lovely package of both R-Type 1 and 2 with a new feature that allows you to shift between original and newly revamped graphics — R-Type Dimensions is still the extremely challenging, side-scrolling shooter you remember.
Alone in the Dark: Inferno
Ever wonder what it would be like to wake up in the middle of a literal and theoretical nightmare? Battle hellish forces and try and piece together your mysterious past while saving New York City from doom in this adventure horror game.
Operation Flashpoint: Red River
Boasting 4-player co-op in this geopolitical shooter, Operation Flashpoint: Red River delivers the full intense modern day shooter experience. Team up with your friends (or play solo with complete squad AI) to take on the unique modes.
You can subscribe to PlayStation Now for $19.99 per month, or a three-month package for $44.99. There’s also a free 7-day trial available through the PlayStation Store.
While the service is still only available on the PlayStation 4, Sony is expected to announce them for other platforms in the future.
Source PlayStation Blog