PS Now's New Games for September Have Been Announced

PS Now's New Games for September Have Been Announced

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Games discussed: , WWE 2K19, Observation

The games coming to PS Now in the month of September have been announced. 

Four titles are coming to PS Now this month, according to the PlayStation Blog. The first game is Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. Resident Evil 7 trades the series' typical third-person viewpoint for a first-person adventure filled with a grueling atmosphere and twisted characters. The game takes place in America's deep South, and makes sure that players are always on their toes as they never know what is around the corner. Resident Evil 7 will be a part of PS Now until November 30th. 

The second game coming to PS Now in September is Final Fantasy XV. The latest original numbered entry in the series, Final Fantasy XV has players take on the role of Prince Noctis and his friends as they fight back against an empire to reclaim their fallen kingdom. The RPG features a real-time battle system where players wield magic and cooperative attacks to take down their enemies. Final Fantasy XV will be available on PS Now until March 1st, 2021. 

Also joining PS Now this month is WWE 2K19. Players take on or play as WWE and NXT's most popular Superstars and Legends in one of the franchise's biggest rosters. Gamers will be able to play a variety of match types and options, utilize extensive creation capabilities, fan-favorite modes, and more. WWE 2K19 also features a new My Career experience and new game modes such as 2K Towers. 

The final game that has been announced for PS Now this month is Observation. This sci-fi thriller has gamers play as S.A.M., an AI system installed on a low orbit space station, and take control of the station's control systems. A mysterious event has occurred, and caused the station to lose power and forced S.A.M. to reboot. Players must work with the only crew member they can find, Dr. Emma Fisher, as they attempt to restore the AI's systems and discover the fate of the crew and the station. 

PS Now comes in three plans. A one month subscription will run gamers $9.99. The three month subscription costs $24.99. Finally, the twelve month subscription will set gamers back $59.99. 

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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.