Bloodborne and 9 Other Titles Added to PlayStation Now Library

The PlayStation Now library has recently received an update that added 10 new games to the lineup of over 650 titles. Included in the new additions is a PlayStation 4 tentpole, FromSoftware’s Bloodborne. This RPG staple is joined by racers, fantasy RPGs, and more.

Check out the full list of new additions to the PlayStation Now library below:

  • Aces of the Luftwaffe
  • Alchemic Jousts
  • Bard’s Gold
  • Bloodborne
  • Exile’s End
  • God Eater: Resurrection
  • Moto Racer 4
  • Project Cars
  • Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom
  • The Dwarves

A summer promotion, which ends on September 25, 2018, provides a nice entry point price for interested PS4 and PC users. For $9.99, first time subscribers can try a full month of PlayStation Now. For $99.99, first time subscribers can gain access to the service for 12 months. PlayStation Plus subscribers have access to another deal. If you pay $29.99, it nets you a three-month pass.

According to the PlayStation Blog, users should take note of the following:

…in order to take advantage of the $9.99 intro offer, you will need to purchase that directly, as the 7-day trial will transition into the standard monthly subscription.

Another recent update to PlayStation Now allows players with a subscription to share access with friends that aren’t subscribers. These friends must access their account on a PS4 system belonging to a PlayStation Now subscriber, though.

If you’re looking for something other than Bloodborne to dive into, check out the list of August 2018’s most popular PlayStation Now games:

  • Red Dead Redemption
  • WWE 2K16
  • Fallout New Vegas
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Mafia 2
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution
  • The Last of Us
  • NBA 2K16
  • Batman: Arkham Origins
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us

Bloodborne is more than worth the time of those interested in playing the modern classic. Whether you’re a Souls fan or not, this FromSoftware masterpiece effortlessly draws you into to its grim world. Our review lauded Bloodborne as “punishingly hard,” but “not unfairly so.”

[Source: PlayStation Blog]