Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 has joined the subscription service until April 29 and WWE 2K Battlegrounds is available until August 2.
Sony slashed PlayStation Now prices in October 2019 in a bid to be more competitive with rival streaming services. It also began adding “blockbuster” games each month, which are available for a limited time.
2020’s PlayStation Now arrivals included Days Gone, Control, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Spider-Man, Just Cause 4, Rainbow Six Siege, The Evil Within 2, Metro Exodus, Dishonored 2, Watch Dogs 2, Street Fighter V and Hitman 2.
January 2021’s PlayStation Now games were The Crew 2, Surviving Mars and Frostpunk Console Edition.
PlayStation Now had over 2.2 million subscribers as of April 2020, according to Sony – up from one million in October 2019. The company could provide an updated subscriber number when it reports its third quarter financial results on February 3.