PS Now April 2018 Lineup Adds Homefront The Revolution and Saints Row Gat Out Of Hell

Sony has revealed all the new games arriving in its PS Now April 2018 lineup. The list contains a variety of games which would appeal to many gamers, including Homefront The Revolution, Saints Row Gat Out Of Hell, Mighty No 9 and more.

According to PlayStation Blog, a total of 15 games are joining the extensive PS Now library, which already contains more than 600 games. 12 of those are new additions whereas the remaining three have been upgraded from the PS3 version to the PS4 version. Highlights from the PS Now April 2018 lineup includes both the original version of Homefront and the rebooted Homefront The Revolution, as well as the most recent Saints Row game.

The new additions include:

  • APB Reloaded
  • Azkend 2
  • Baseball Riot
  • Dark Rose Valkyrie
  • Dead Island Retro Revenge
  • Dynamite Fishing World Games
  • F1 2016
  • Homefront
  • Homefront: The Revolution
  • Mantis Burn Racing
  • Mighty No. 9
  • Omega Quintet

Three PS3 games which have been upgraded to the PS4 version include:

  • Risen 3 Enhanced Edition
  • Saints Row: Gat out of Hell
  • The Unfinished Swan

Additionally, Sony PlayStation also shared a list of March 2018’s most popular PS Now titles. It’s unsurprising to see that it includes iconic games like Red Dead Redemption, God of War 3 Remastered and The Last of Us. Here’s the rest of the most popular titles last month:

  • NBA 2K16
  • WWE 2K16
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Fallout: New Vegas
  • Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution
  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
  • Payday 2 Crimewave Edition

The PS Now service has a long way to go before it becomes what it aspires to be, a Netflix for games. That is especially true now that the Xbox Game Pass is offering fierce competition. We reported back in January that all new Microsoft Studios titles will be available on the subscription service on the same day as the retail versions. Sea of Thieves was one of the first major releases on the Xbox Game Pass, but it still managed to amass over two million players after one week, as well as debuting on top of the UK sales chart.