Sony adds new games to its PlayStation Now streaming service every month, and July is no different. This time, we have only three new games–compared to as much as 11 in previous months–but three of them are relatively big names.
First, we have Watch Dogs 2, the highly-regarded hack-’em-up that lets you manipulate traffic lights and pilot RC cars all over San Francisco. Second, there’s Street Fighter V, the latest entry in the genre-defining fighting game series. Third is Hello Neighbor, a stealth-horror game about sneaking into your strange neighbor’s house.
Sony has been expanding its PS Now offerings in recent months, as Microsoft’s similar Xbox Game Service continues to grow. PS Now is a similar subscription model that allows you to stream or download games, which makes the games also playable on PC. It comes in at $10 a month. PS Now is not to be confused with PlayStation Plus, a monthly subscription that allows players to utilize online multiplayer, which also comes with several free games per month. The free PS Plus games for July are Rise of the Tomb Raider, NBA 2K20, and the acclaimed narrative game Erica.
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