We now know which games are coming to PS Now this month.
On the PlayStation Blog, the six games being added to PS Now this month were revealed. They are available starting today. The first game is Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Black Ops III takes place in a world where cutting-edge military robotics define warfare. Players can tackle the story solo, or join up with another player in local split-screen or online. Gamers can also team up in Zombies mode, as well as in competitive action in Multiplayer mode. Both of these modes can be played in four-player local split-screen or online.
The next game that will be available on PS Now is WWE 2K Battlegrounds. Battlegrounds features over the top arcade action as gamers play as their favorite WWE Superstars and Legends in interactive environments. Players can make their way through story mode using special abilities and power-ups while unlocking unique characters and Battlegrounds. Players can compete against their friends in local multiplayer, or take it online and try to claim their title as King of the Battleground.
The third game that will be available on PS Now this month is Detroit: Become Human. Become Human is a narrative-driven sci-fi thriller where players will decide the fate of three lives. They will confront tough moral dilemmas and thought-provoking situations faced by a trio of human-like androids in a near-future America. Every choice that gamers make in Become Human will have consequences.
The fourth game that is now a part of PS Now is Darksiders Genesis, a isometric dark fantasy adventure that has players try to take down a demonic king. Gamers can freely switch between the gun-totting Strife or the sword-wielding War, or unite their powers in local and online co-op. Players will explore, solve puzzles and battle enemies in order to uncover a conspiracy that threatens to unravel all of creation.
Next up is Little Nightmares, a dark and whimsical tale that will have players confront their childhood fears. Gamers must help Six escape The Maw, a mysterious vessel that is inhabited by corrupted souls looking for their next meal. As their journey progresses, players will find a dollhouse offering a prison to escape from, as well as a playground full of secrets. Gamers must reconnect with their inner child and unleash their imagination in order to escape.
The final game that is now available on PS Now is Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. Wrong Number is the brutal conclusion to the Hotline Miami saga, set against a backdrop of increasing violence and retribution. Players will follow the paths of several distinct factions as unforeseen consequences intersect, and reality slips away into a haze of neon and blood.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III will leave PS Now on April 29th. WWE 2K Battlegrounds will leave the service on August 2nd.