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PlayStation Now Adds Prey And Eight Other New Games

Subscribers to PlayStation Now already have hundreds of PS3 and PS4 games to download. Now they're getting a few more. Sony announced today that nine new titles are coming to its $20 a month subscription service, including PreyMetro 2033 Redux, and more.


Prey is a Bethesda title that — wait, where are you going? Maybe you have a bad impression of Bethesda after the company's recent release of Fallout 76, but we assure you that's an anomaly in a string of otherwise good Bethesda games. If anything, Prey might actually not get as much love as it deserves. And that goes double if you decide to check out Prey's Mooncrash DLC, which people have been really enjoying.

At least give it a shot.

Metro 2033 Redux comes just in the nick of time for those who want to catch up on the series before Metro Exodus arrives next month. The original game released on the PlayStation 3 back in 2010. The Redux version is a better version of that, with enhanced visuals and improved controls. It's also worth a play if you've never experienced it.


In addition to the two titles above, PlayStation Now will also add Chess Ultra (PS4), God Eater 2: Rage Burst (PS4), Lock's Quest (PS4), Onechanbara Z2: Chaos (PS4), Project Cars 2 (PS4), Skydrift (PS3), and Thunder Wolves (PS3).

It's well worth noting, by the way, that PlayStation 4 games on PlayStation Now can be downloaded to your console much like they can with Game Pass on the Xbox One. So if you don't particularly care for the latency introduced to your gaming experience while streaming — or if your internet connection flat-out can't do PlayStation Now normally — there are still ways to play the PlayStation 4 titles in the service's library.

Keep your eyes peeled for more PlayStation Now-related news.