PlayStation Now is a game library platform that is extremely useful for users who want all of their games in one place. It can store up to 800 games, and it is available for both PS4 and PC.
The service is very easy to use. All you have to do is buy a subscription (which costs $5.99 per month/$59.99 per year) and download any game available from a collection that consists of more than 300 PS4 and PS2 games.
In November, the PlayStation Now platform gets updated, and more games will be added to the list. Even more, Sony revealed the games that PlayStation Now users will be able to enjoy starting this month: Persona 5, Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, and Hollow Knight.
The action of this game revolves around the issues that a group of high school students face. The main character meets new people in the story of the game. All of the characters have double-sided lives. They might seem like normal students, but they are also Phantom Thieves, participating in mystical adventures. The Phantom Thieves’ goal is to help society get rid of toxic standards and counter people’s need to hide their most authentic self. Persona 5 will be available on PS4 through February 4, 2020.
Middle-Earth: Shadow of War
Middle Earth offers gamers the opportunity to escape the real world and experience a fantastical one, where they can forge armies, conquer Fortresses, and dominate Mordor. This new adventure in the Middle-Earth tells the story of a hero that confronts the Dark Lord Sauron. This game will also be available until February 4, 2020.
The story takes place in the town of Dirtmouth, where an ancient kingdom is waiting to awake. Hollow Knight does not sport any fancy graphics, as it is a classic 2D game that portraits an adventure throughout a vast interconnected world, where mysteries are waiting to be solved.
Sony also published a list of the most-played games of October:
1. Grand Theft Auto V
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