These current-gen titles are available alongside more than 500 others, and more are headed our way in coming months. The PS Now library not only has PlayStation exclusive games like The Last of Us, but also blockbusters like Red Dead Redemption and Batman Arkham City. Even indie games like Journey are part of the list. Several of these titles have sequels on the way, so this opportunity for replay comes at the perfect time.
With the new games comes access to PS3 and PS4 trophies, the ability to send and receive multiplayer invites, and your gameplay status updates can be seen by your friends.
Along with the new titles, PlayStation has brought back its intro offer of $9.99 for the first month, and a year subscription will only cost you $99.99. If you aren’t sure if this deal is right for you, no worries. There is a seven-day free trial on PlayStation 4 and PC, but be careful: The trial will transition into the standard monthly payment, so be sure to cancel if you’re not sold.
The offer is only available through Sept. 22, so act now if you are interested.
H/T The Verge