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PS Now adds Marvel's Spider-Man and Just Cause 4, among others

PS Now adds Marvel's Spider-Man and Just Cause 4, among others

The games, which can be played on both PlayStation 4 and PC, will be available on the platform for a few months.

The wall-climber glides through its cobwebs to PlayStation Now, the subscription service that enables downloading and cloud play of a catalog of more than 700 titles. From now on, players will be able to enjoy Marvel's Spider-Man, the Insomniac Games production, which presents an original story within its own universe created specifically for the video game. The superhero will not come alone, as two more video games are also incorporated: Just Cause 4 and The Golf Club: Feturing PGA Tour.

All video games will be active for a certain time. Marvel's Spider-Man will be playable until July 7, while Just Cause 4 will take slightly longer to leave the service. It will be on October 6 when the work produced by Square Enix and developed by Avalanche leaves aside its unbridled action, at least on that platform. The same did not happen with the continuation of The Golf Club 2, which at least for the moment, has no date to say goodbye to the service.

PS Now, April

Changes in PS Now

For a few months, Sony has tried to improve the catalog of PlayStation Now, a service that will continue in the new generation by the hand of PlayStation 5. To make it more attractive, especially with the Xbox Game Pass competition, they decided to lower prices and Offer quality first-party titles like Uncharted 4: Thief's End. However, the Japanese do not follow the same strategy as Microsoft, so their news is not incorporated into PS Now from day one.

The monthly subscription costs 9.99 euros, while the quarterly can be purchased for 24.99 euros. An annual subscription is also available, the price of which is 59.99 euros. To subscribe, simply go to the PlayStation Store and search for the PlayStation Now category. However, the 7-day free trial is still active.

Source | PlayStation (press release)

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