Sony has announced the PlayStation Now September 2018 lineup which adds 10 new PS4 titles. This includes games like The Elder Scrolls Online and Sniper Elite 4. All of these are worthy additions to the already massive PS Now library, which now contains almost 700 games. More than 220 of those are PS4 games, including the likes of major PS4 exclusives like Bloodborne, God of War 3 Remastered, and more.
According to PlayStation Blog, the ten new PS4 games added as part of PlayStation Now October 2018 lineup are as follows:
- 100ft Robot Golf
- Asdivine Hearts
- Bridge Constructor
- Carmageddon: Max Damage
- Ducati: 90th Anniversary
- Elder Scrolls Online
- Sniper Elite 4
- Styx: Shards of Darkness
- Torment: Tides of Numenera
Sony also revealed the most popular games on the PS Now service in September, which include popular titles like Red Dead Redemption, The Last of Us and Fallout New Vegas. Meanwhile, Costume Quest 2 and Machinarium are the only PS3 games to be upgraded to the PS4 version in the PS Now October 2018 lineup.
Gamers should be glad to learn that the seven-day trial for PS Now has been reset, which means that anyone who doesn’t have an active subscription can now try out the service for seven days for free. The reset also means that anyone who has ever had a subscription or tried the seven-day trial in the past can now access the seven-day trial again. This arrives only two weeks after PS2 and PS4 offline play and downloads were added to the service.
Here’s a friendly reminder that PlayStation Now subscribers can share account access with non-subscribers who are logged into the same PS4 console. Friends and family can enjoy all the games, create their own lists of games, as well as receive recommendations and user-tailored specifications. However, the subscriber will have to be signed in as the primary PS4 system user.