PlayStation Now December games

GTA III, John Wick Hex, and FFX/X-2


PlayStation Now December games

You’ll have till January 31 to play via it

4 video games are becoming a member of the PlayStation Now service this week, and if you happen to’ve been morbidly interested by Grand Theft Auto III: The Definitive Version after the entire criticisms the trilogy assortment has drawn, December is your probability to get in there, tear it up, and transfer on earlier than it’s too late. The subscription service can also be including Last Fantasy X/X2 HD Remaster, John Wick Hex, and an under-the-radar arcade-style motion sport known as Splitlings.

PlayStation Now video games coming December 7

  • Grand Theft Auto III: The Definitive Version — one-third of Rockstar’s latest Definitive Version assortment, if you happen to’re curious to see what the fuss is about.
  • John Wick Hex — a tactical tackle the larger-than-life films from Mike Bithell.
  • Last Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster — a reminder that trendy pace toggles and comfort options are improbable for shoring up older fan-favorite RPGs.
  • Spitlings — an area and on-line co-op arcade sport with wacky creature protagonists.

As a caveat, PlayStation has already confirmed the departure date for GTA III: The Definitive Version — it’s solely accessible with PlayStation Now till January 31, 2022.

Whereas we’ve tended to give attention to the month-to-month PlayStation Plus drops, I do know a handful of you’ve got been calling for extra PlayStation Now recaps, so I’ll get in that behavior. It’s additionally attention-grabbing to consider these two companies collectively after listening to a report that Sony is wanting into merging them as a part of a brand new multi-tier subscription in 2022.

As a reminder — one which I additionally generally overlook about! — it’s attainable to obtain PlayStation Now video games on PS4 and PS5. It’s not a strictly streaming-only service on these consoles, which is an enormous deal for a few of us who’ve well-founded grievances.

Jordan Devore

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