While this month’s additions to the PlayStation Now service aren’t huge in numbers, they do deliver quite a bit of action. Whether it’s laying waste to Nazis or bonking opponents on the noggin with a frying pan, there’s something here for everyone who wants to dish out a beat-down.
Sony detailed the new additions to its on-demand service, which are available now, in a blog post. The standout title is PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, the hit battle royale game where players attempt to out-wit and out-survive against 99 other players in a consistently closing map, using whatever weapons they can find. The game is available on the service as one of its newest revolving titles, and will remain until Mar. 3, 2020. Check out the premiere trailer below, directed by Kong: Skull Island’s Jordan Vogt-Roberts.
In addition, one of the most underrated games in the Wolfenstein series is also available for download. The Old Blood reintroduces the classic Castle of Wolfenstein locale, along with a whole slew of Nazis to mow down.
Finally, racing fans are in for a treat, as they can hit the pedal to the metal with the fast-moving sim F1 2019.
This brings the tally of available games for PlayStation Now to over 800, including a number of PS3 classics to stream, as well as downloadable PlayStation 4 games.
Sony also noted that God of War, Uncharted 4, Grand Theft Auto V and InFamous: Second Son are still available on PlayStation Now, but get to them soon if you’re planning to—they’ll be gone after Jan. 2, 2020.