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PS Now premieres the February 2020 games: The Evil Within and more

PS Now premieres the February 2020 games: The Evil Within and more

The Japanese company continues to strengthen its gaming service, which can be enjoyed in the cloud and download.

PlayStation Now expands its catalog with three new video games. In a press release, Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced that during the month of February, service subscribers will be able to enjoy The Evil Within, LEGO Worlds and Cities: Skylines. They will be available on both PS4 and PC and will offer a varied gaming experience. In addition, the Japanese have revealed that since January 16 the seven-day trial period has been restarted for all those who are not subscribed.

The Evil Within is a horror video game developed by Tango Gameworks and directed by Shinji Mikami, original creator of the Resident Evil saga. This survival horror follows in the footsteps of Sebastián Castellanos, a former policeman who will be involved in a spooky story with surrealist dyes and horrendous monsters. You must use all your skills to survive everything that is to come.

More casual is LEGO Worlds, whose universe we create based on pieces of this famous toy. It will be the users who design the structures with the aim of performing all kinds of tasks in an open world in which laughter and humor combine to provide a fun experience without ties. We will also have to make use of our creative facet in Cities: Skylines, a management videogame in which we will have to take charge of building and managing a city from the foundations.

PS Now, also on PS5

PlayStation Now is one of the services that will move to PlayStation 5 when the console goes on sale, at the end of 2020. Despite the fact that the price of the machine is not confirmed, the Japanese company has communicated on the official website that still They are not prepared to show all the secrets of PS5. However, from the shareholders meeting held on the presentation of the results of the third quarter of the fiscal year, Sony has stressed the need to take advantage of the services to make a sweet transition.

PS5 will feature an AMD Ryzen Zen 2 processor, SSD hard drive, controls with haptic functions and adaptive triggers. Unlike its predecessor, it will include backward compatibility with PS4, although it has not yet been detailed how it will work exactly.

Source | PlayStation (press release)

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