According to a leak from the European PlayStation Store, PlayStation Now's March games will include Remedy Entertainment's\u00a0Control.\u00a0The game, an action-adventure from the creators of\u00a0Alan Wake\u00a0and\u00a0Quantum Break, will be available on the cloud gaming and on-demand platform for the next six months. The March lineup also includes: Shadow of the Tomb Raider (available for 6 months)Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (available indefinitely)Nascar Heat 3Dead or Alive 5Toukiden KiwamiToukiden 2Nights of AzureNights of Azure 2Romance of The Three Kingdoms 13Warriors All-Stars Control\u00a0has been in the middle of a controversy linked to subscription services, as it was suggested to be coming to Xbox Game Pass by Microsoft's Phil Spencer, but Remedy\u00a0was quick to deny\u00a0that report. A tweet from the Xbox Game Pass team\u00a0also seemed to be hinting at\u00a0Control's addition in the February lineup, but nothing happened on that front. Now that the game is coming to PlayStation Now unless it is doing so through an exclusivity deal, there's a chance it might release on Xbox's on-demand library as well. Sony has recently boosted its service by lowering prices and adding more triple-A games,\u00a0including\u00a0Horizon: Zero Dawn.