Like every month, Sony adds new games to its Playstation Now list. In December, players will be able to enjoy the now cult Horizon Zero Dawn, an event for the streaming gaming platform. Wreckfest, Stranded Deep, The Surge 2, Darksiders 3 and Broforce will also be in the game.
This month, the PS Now catalog is enriched with a big nugget. The post-apocalyptic game Horizon Zero Dawn will indeed be available in streaming after its release in 2017. It is a safe bet that subscribers of the service will be delighted to be able to get their hands on this classic which made the heyday of the PS4. Five more games are also joining the ranks of titles offered by the platform, while it sheds four emblematic works.
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Here is the list of games available in December 2020
Horizon Zero Dawn is therefore certainly the biggest announcement among the games available this month. But he is not alone, since he is accompanied by the nervous Wreckfest: Drive Hard Die Last or even RPG The Surge 2. Find the full list below:
- Horizon Zero Dawn : available indefinitely
- Wreckfest – Drive Hard Die Last : available for 6 months
- Stranded Deep : available for 12 months
- The Surge 2 : available indefinitely
- Darksiders 3 : available indefinitely
- Broforce : available for 12 months
PS Now also says goodbye to some very popular games: Resident Evil 7, Metro Exodus, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood and Rocket League. These titles were a big hit when they were released on PS4, and just like Horizon Zero Dawn, Sony has offered subscribers a huge boon by letting them stream it. We hope you have had time to review them before they are removed from service.
It should be noted that the PS5 also supports PS Now. Players with the console will therefore also be able to discover or rediscover the games available on the platform, alongside the many titles. PS1, PS2 and PS3 otherwise unplayable on PS5. Monthly subscription costs 9.99 euros, 24.99 euros for three months and 59.99 euros for one year. Sony offers a 7-day free trial giving access to the entire catalog.