Sony has added three new games to Playstation Now and dropped one title from the service.
As revealed by Sony (though the games were available before the announcement), three new games have been added to Playstation Now, their subscription gaming service. The games are:
- Frostpunk: Console Edition (a snow-based colony management sim)
- Surviving Mars (a Martian colony management sim)
- The Crew 2 (an online-only racer)
Of these three titles, Frostpunk: Console Edition interests us the most, especially since we’re waiting on the second season of Snowpiercer; so much so, in fact, that we keep accidentally typing Frostpiercer. This strategy game, set during a second ice age, charges you with keeping a colony going, making some very tough choices along the way. We reviewed the PC version of Frostpunk, awarding it an excellent 8 out of 10, even if it did make us stew in our own guilt.
These three titles are available now and can be downloaded or streamed according to your preference (and the speed of your broadband connection).
However, January has also seen a title leave Playstation Now. Days Gone, the open-world zombie-smashing, bike-riding survival game, has now exited the service and is no longer available for downloading or streaming. It is currently in the Playstation Store Sale, so if you’re quick you can snap it up for a discount price.