Get tactical in intense multiplayer battles, descend into a twisted world of survival horror, or question what’s real in a psychological thriller.
A trio of intense experiences await on PS Now this month. Razor-sharp reactions and teamwork are needed to win the day in Ubisoft’s tactical multiplayer title Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. In action horror The Evil Within 2, you’ll be plunged into a nightmarish town crawling with monstrosities. Meanwhile, thriller Get Even will challenge you to survive a mind-bending descent into corrupted memories.
It’s the perfect time to try out the deeply tactical, always tense multiplayer shooter that has become an esports phenomenon in the years since its 2015 debut. Strained matches are built around two competing teams of players using a variety of weapons, gadgets and sound strategies to triumph over the other. While you’ll need to adapt to its uncompromising gameplay, it only makes every well-earned victory all the sweeter. Please note: this is the base edition.
Genre aficionados will have plenty to savour with this horror sequel as you enter the alternate reality town of Union in search of your long thought dead daughter. Sickeningly brilliant creature designs and jump scares await as you explore the town’s expansive areas filled with dangers and secrets. But armed as you are with an arsenal of monster-shredding weaponry, as well as having the option to keep things low-key with a more stealthy approach, you’re ready to take on every abomination that stands between you and your family reunion.
Puzzler, shooter, psychological thriller. Developer The Farm 51’s mashup of genres makes for an intriguing first-person adventure. Finding yourself trapped inside an insane asylum with a virtual reality device surgically grafted to your head, you’re forced to track down and ‘enter’ memories to gradually unravel the mystery behind your incarceration. As gripping as any murder mystery and with events shaped by your decisions, Get Even is a must play for those who love stories with plenty of twists.
If you haven’t tried PlayStation Now yet, now is the perfect time to try it out with the seven-day free trial* for PS4 and PC. Download the more than 300 PS4 (and PS2) games in the service to play on your PS4 or PS4 Pro system, or stream any of the 800+ PS2, PS3, and PS4 games to your PS4 or PC.
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Same here. Only ask is that they put different genre. These are shooters, not my type. Just like Plus being both sims. Would be nice to have different genre…imagine it was two RPGs or 3 fighters, it just caters to one style
I just signed up for PS Now last week.
Is there a way we can see what games were removed between April and May?
For example, say you were playing one in April and now it is removed in May, does it just not appear anymore in your game list or does it show some inactive icon or note on it?
Every month 2-3 games are given for free to PS+ members. You can only get them during that month, but once you have them you own them and can play them as long as you have an active PS+ membership!
Wait, never mind, I thought you were talking about the PS+ games in the article. I’m not sure about PSNow, my mistake!
I am not sure how that works for downloadable games. I know with PS+ you keep the game for as long as you have the service.
Now if you were streaming the game, it would no longer be playable as you can’t stream it anymore.
Oh, and I realize these 3 games are on there for a limited time but can we see if any other games were added in May or only these 3. Thanks!
I really enjoy some of the indie games on there and would be nice to see a list of all new additions (and removals). ^-^
Only Rainbow Six is for a limited time. PS Now on the PlayStation site shows the recent games added with their removal date if it’s not permanent. Limited time games started in October 2019 s games before that are permanent as well as most of the newer additions. The PS Now app on PS4 also shows removal dates when you view a game assuming it has one.
It’d be really awesome if games that you bought digitally on PSN would show up in your PS Now service! 😀
Maybe a future possibility!
Honestly, that’d be the dream. Being able to access games you’ve purchased from your PS4 or PC without having to download them. Even better if they had PS now for mobile too.
When will better titles come to ps now ? I signed up for a year sub with the spring sale but overall was disappointed with the lineup. My son on the other hand likes the sonic and other kid friendly games. Myself would wish we had a high to add more exclusives to the lineup and maybe even do like Microsoft and add day one delivery. My 2TB has been full for a while now that’s a big reason I took the deal to be able to stream games since I have no more space to add new ones.
Imagine complaining for better games on a post about adding one of the biggest competitive shooters of this generation and one of the most solid survival horror games from this generation.
the months of July-September is likely when some more titles start leaving, so that is when some bigger titles might come (Spiderman leaving in July, Lego World early August, and Control and Shadow of the Tomb Raider in late August), so June might also be relatively lackluster as well
Can Sony please do something about the ps+ games this month??? I don’t want to play cities skylines and farming simulator 19
Why is PlayStation still giving base editions of games when Game Pass usually gives the latest Deluxe or GOTY editions?
That’s a straight up lie. Game Pass hardly ever gives you a version of a game that has the DLC.
Final Fantasy XV have all the DLC’s so does the Nier Automata YorHa but PlayStation didn’t even gave Spider-Man GOTY edition.
Awesome stuff! I’ve been using ps now since it only used to have ps3 games. Since then the service has only got better!
1. Older exclusives should be on the service permanently PS2, PS3, & most PS4
2. PS Now on mobile devices.
3. Option for 1080p/60fps
4. More PS4 versions of PS3 games.
5. More franchises
Quality games. This is where all the value is. Stop giving plus games and just combine plus with now!
The evil within 2 is one of my favorite games of this generation. I highly recommend you play it
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