March 2021’s new PlayStation Now games have been announced
Including World War Z, Ace Combat 7, InFamous: Second Son and Superhot
Sony has revealed March 2021’s PlayStation Now games.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown and World War Z have joined the subscription service until May 31 and September 6, 2021, respectively.
Longer-term additions to PlayStation Now are InFamous: Second Son and Superhot.
The new PlayStation Now games will be playable from Tuesday, March 2.
PlayStation Now’s software library includes over 700 PS2, PS3 and PS4 games streamable to PS5, PS4 or PC, and over 300 PS4 titles which can be downloaded and played on consoles.
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.
PlayStation Now had over 2.2 million subscribers as of April 2020, according to Sony – up from one million in October 2019.
January 2021’s PlayStation Now games were The Crew 2, Surviving Mars and Frostpunk Console Edition. They were followed by Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, WWE 2K Battlegrounds, Detroit: Become Human, Darksiders Genesis and Little Nightmares in February 2021.
Sony recently confirmed that March’s PlayStation Plus games are Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Maquette, Remnant: From the Ashes and Farpoint VR. They will be available from March 3 to April 5.
Players who download the PS Plus version of Final Fantasy 7 Remake can’t upgrade it to the upcoming PS5 version for free.