Sony announced in April 2021 PlayStation Now games a Marvel’s Avengers and Borders 3 heading headings that you will be able to download this month.
If you haven’t tried Marvel’s Avengers superhero co-op yet, but you’re interested in going through your Square Enix action titles, you’re in luck – PlayStation Now subscribers can download and play the entire game title by July 5th.
If you prefer looter shooters, you can choose to try Gearbox Software Borderlands 3, which will be available on the service until September 29.
The Long Dark – a thoughtful experience of exploration and survival – is also available to players to try and will be available for longer than the other two titles.
Seeing that triple-A titles like this appear in the service definitely corresponds to Spromise of 2019, which will give PlayStation Now more money for their money and introduce “selection titles” into the service.
And why not? At the time, Sony PlayStation Now reportedly led a source of revenue and had a service of 2.2 million subscribers since April 2020.
PlayStation Now, which works in conjunction with PlayStation Plus, gives gamers the opportunity to try out games they wouldn’t otherwise be able to pick up – making it a fairly consumer-friendly approach to content in the digital age.
If you’re curious about this service yourself, a seven-day free trial for PS4 and PS5 will be launched tomorrow, April 7th.
“The trial version is available from Wednesday, April 7, and is available to anyone who has not currently subscribed to a PlayStation Now subscription.” reads a note on the PlayStation blog. “It gives you access to streaming hundreds of games for the PS4, PS3 and PS2 on demand … including new additions above that will join the lineup on Tuesday, April 6th!”