Sony has added several new games to its PlayStation Now streaming service.
Today marks the start of a brand new month and as Sony’s released its new monthly line-up of PS Plus games, it’s also added in a new PlayStation blog post that six brand new titles to its PlayStation Now streaming service including Guerrilla Games’ critically acclaimed Horizon Zero Dawn.
The title, which released back in 2017 with a sequel set to release next year, is part of the PlayStation Hits collection, is an action-adventure RPG which set in a post-apocalyptic future in which outcast Aloy embarks on a journey to uncover her past while preventing a “catastrophic threat”.
The base game and DLC The Frozen Wilds, which includes new areas to explore, skills, NPCs, weapons, and machines, is included in the PlayStation Now service, providing players with the full game experience.
In addition to Horizon Zero Dawn, games Stranded Deep, Broforce, The Surge 2, Darksiders III, and Wreckfest: Drive Hard. Die Last are also being added to the PlayStation Now service. Of all the games being added, Wreckfest: Drive Hard. Die Last is the only title to have a removal date and will be leaving on May 31, 2021.
Similarly, Microsoft announced this week that games Control, Doom Eternal, Yooka-Laylee and plenty of others are being added to the Xbox Game Pass subscription service this month.