Sony’s cloud gaming subscription service PlayStation Now still gets a lot of love from the fans, and there’s no wonder why. A brand new list of exciting games will join the service this July, as revealed on the PlayStation blog itself.
The games join PlayStation Now tomorrow, July 6, and the subscribers are surely some lucky folks! Staying in shape as a gamer is important, and Sony once again brings the right formula. Let’s see a more detailed view of the awaited games for PlayStation Now’s July 2021 roster:
Red Dead Redemption 2
RDR2 is perhaps the most awaited title for PlayStation Now, as it’s Rockstar’s version of a Wild West environment where the best arguments are represented by weapons. The game is the winner of more than 175 Game of the Year Awards and recipient of about 250 perfect scores.
Nascar Heat 5
Are you looking for an extra thrill and challenge? Nascar Heat 5 allows you to race cars at tremendous speeds and from different camera angles!
God of War
If you miss boss fights, a fluid combat style, and more, you must play God of War. This game began in 2005 for the PS2 console, and it has been iterated enough to become a flagship title for the PlayStation brand.
If you want a decent portion of an open-world environment, you can definitely give “Judgement” a try. This game puts you in the shoes of an Asian fellow looking for clues and ways to deal with the bad guys the hard way. “Judgement” reminds us of Sleeping Dogs, which is also an open-world game set in an Asian environment and with a strong focus on martial arts.
In Nioh 2, you can battle hordes of yokai, create your own protagonist and start an adventure through a myriad of locales from Japan during the Sengoku period.
Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
If you’re into sports, you know very well about the Olympic Games Tokyo competition. It now even has a video game adaptation, and the developers had been doing a pretty good job.
Did you know that it takes some skills to move your stuff from one place to another, as when you’re buying a new house? “Moving Out” allows you to practice exactly that, but don’t you dare expect an easy game!
Feel free to tell us how excited you are by these games and if you would prefer other ones instead!