PS Now's July Roster Has Been Revealed

PS Now's July Roster Has Been Revealed

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Games discussed: , Hello Neighbor, Street Fighter V

We now know which games PS Now members will be able to play in the month of July. 

On the PlayStation Blog, it was revealed that the first game that has released on PS Now this month is Watch Dogs 2. Gamers play as a brilliant young hacker who is equipped with an impressive array of skills and tools. Players have the whole San Francisco Bay Area as their playground, from Silicon Valley to the downtown streets. Gamers will be able to break into any electronic device, computer system, or vehicle, collect information on those around them, and infiltrate the infrastructure of the entire city. Watch Dogs 2 will be available to download (PlayStation 4 only) and stream until October 5th. 

The second game that has released on PS Now is Street Fighter V. Players will be able to play as iconic fighters such as Ryu and Chun-Li and take on others around the world, showing off their skills and climbing up the ranks. 

The final game that is now available on PS Now is Hello Neighbor. Hello Neighbor is a stealth horror game where the player tries to sneak into their neighbor's house to see what he is hiding in his basement. Gamers will have to face off against an advanced AI that learns from their actions. Hello Neighbor is joining PS Now as a part of Sony's PlayStation Indies initiative, which will see an indie title come to PS Now every month. 

PS Now gives gamers access to hundreds of games to play on their PlayStation 4 or PC. Over 800 PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 2 games can be streamed, while over 300 PlayStation 4 games can be downloaded. The service includes full access to most available online multiplayer modes. Players can choose from three plans: $9.99 for one month, $24.99 for three months, or $59.99 for a whole year. 

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I have been playing video games for as long as I can remember. I am a huge fan of JRPGs, though I also enjoy fighters. I have been writing about video games for a few years now. If it has a great story, I am sure that I will dig it.