Sony has announced several new games to be added to the PlayStation Now subscription service this September. Final Fantasy 15 is now playable until March 1, 2021, while Resident Evil 7 Biohazard will be available until November 30, 2020.
Other new titles including Observation and WWE 2K19 will still be on the service than this month’s new additions. PlayStation Now’s online library now includes over 300 PlayStation 4 games which can be downloaded and played on the console. The subscription also offers more than 700 PlayStation 2, 3, and 4 titles streamable on the PC and PlayStation 4.
Sony discounted PlayStation Now prices last October 2019 in efforts to become more competitive with rival subscription services. It also started adding AAA games every month which are playable for a limited time.
This year, Sony added several AAA games including Hitman 2, Street Fighter 5, Watch Dogs 2, Dishonored 2, Metro Exodus, The Evil Within 2, Rainbow Six Siege, Just Cause 4, Spider-Man, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and Control.
As of April 2020, PlayStation Now has over 2 million subscribers which is a million higher compared to October 2019. Street Fighter 5 and PUBG are also free for download as of September’s PlayStation Plus games.