Sony has announced today what games will be added to its game subscription service, PS Now, and it’s a bumper month for subscribers as we’re getting a few big-name releases, as well as some middle of the road stuff to help bulk up the collection. Not that any of it is particularly bad, but there’s a broad appeal.
Horizon Zero Dawn is obviously the big marquee title for December, so if you haven’t gotten around to Aloy’s sci-fi adventure, now’s the time. The game also includes The Frozen Wilds, too, so there’s even more bang for your buck. Strangely, this one doesn’t have an expiration date, at least not on the official PlayStation Blog post. Normally, first-party games are there for a set amount of time, usually three months, but in this instance, it seems Horizon Zero Dawn will stay longer. That, or there’s been a misprint.
The rest of the goodies are Broforce, The Surge 2, Wreckfest: Drive Hard. Die Last., Darksiders 3, and Stranded Deep. So a bit of everything for everyone, kind of. We’re still not seeing PSVR games as part of PS Now, but one can hope they arrive in the future…
Source: PlayStation Blog