PlayStation Now is Sony's subscription service for games, much like Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass, and now we know that it's being expanded to include some pretty eye-catching titles, with two of the biggest being Wolfenstein: Youngblood and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.
F1 2019 has also joined the lineup, and all of these games are available right now, along with the library of over 700 titles on the service.
Last month we got Persona 5, Middle-earth: Shadow of War, and Hollow Knight added to PS Now, with last year's God of War, Uncharted 4: A Thief's End, and more available on the service too, which you can try with a seven-day free trial for PC and PS4.
Sony's subscription service hasn't been the roaring success that Game Pass has been, but earlier this year it did get a price cut and big titles listed above, which in turn caused Sony's stock prices to fall.
This is probably one of the reasons why Sony isn't interested in launching first-party games on PS Now either, as their exclusive titles have been popular enough to make the PlayStation the best selling home console brand ever.
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