Thanks to a brand new replace to PlayStation Now, now you can play three large PS4 exclusives on your PC through the service. More particularly, PlayStation Now not too long ago add God of War, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, and inFAMOUS: Second Son to its library, marking the primary time you may play the three large PS4 exclusives on PC. You do not want a PS4 to make use of PlayStation Now, however not like on the PS4, you may solely stream the video games on PC, which suggests you may need to sacrifice just a little little bit of visible constancy and efficiency relying on your Internet high quality. Further, all three video games will solely be within the service till January 2, 2020. Meaning, you solely have three months to play them on PC, although this should not be an issue provided that none of them are very lengthy.
Obviously, the spotlight of those three is God of War, one of many highest-rated video games of the era. It launched final yr, and is at the moment sitting at a 94 on Metacritic.
“I can’t wait for all of you to take this journey,” reads a snippet from our evaluate of the sport. “It might sound grossly hyperbolic, however I really feel completely assured in saying that God of War, and the story it tells, belongs alongside most of the biggest works of contemporary fiction throughout any medium. It is really one of many nice fantasy adventures of our lifetime, and one which I foresee us all returning to for years to come back.”
For people who missed it: these three video games have been added as a part of a a lot bigger replace to PlayStation Now, which noticed it drop drastically in value to only $10 a month. This brings it on par with Xbox Game Pass on this regard. At the second, it stays to be seen if Sony plans so as to add different large PS4 exclusives to the library, but when it does, you’d assume it will be through restricted home windows like these three. What additionally stays to be seen is whether or not Sony will undertake Xbox Game Pass’ new first-party launch technique for the PS5; that means will it begin releasing its marquee PS5 video games into PlayStation Now at launch?