Sony has been expanding its PlayStation Now library steadily; they introduce around five games every month since January.
For the month of April, they have again added five new titles that you might have played on PlayStation 3 and were looking out to play on PlayStation 4.
Peter Jamshidi, the director of operations for PlayStation Now at Sony took to the official PlayStation US Blog with an announcement post and a video showing off the titles that have been added.
The games in question are Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, Super Stardust HD, Hustle Kings, Ninja Gaiden Sigma and Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate.
Some of the fans are happy to see that titles like Uncharted 3 and DOA5 Ultimate are now going to be playable on PlayStation 4. However, there are others that think the choice of titles could have been much better if you look at the complete list of games that have been made available for PlayStation Now.
That being said, it has also been confirmed by Jamshidi that the service subscriptions are going to be available for Sony TV and Blu-ray players in select territories:
PlayStation Now subscription is now available for purchase and play on 2015 Sony Blu-ray players in the US, and select 2014 Sony TVs in the US and Canada. Even more devices will be announced in the coming months, offering subscribers more flexibility in how and where they play PlayStation Now games.
Check out the video above to see the latest five games in action.