Sony has announced the titles that are added this April to the catalog of the PlayStation Now service.
The most prominent of these is Outer Wilds, the award-winning exploration game from indie studio Mobius Digital. In the analysis of it that we published on the occasion of its original launch, we said that it is a title that “takes you on an amazing journey through a solar system that is small in size but dense in secrets.”
Three other titles will accompany Outer Wilds. The first of them is the WRC 10 FIA World Rally Championship, the driving game with the official license of the world rally championship.
The second is Journey to the Savage Planet, a survival and exploration game with a marked sense of humor, especially recommended for cooperative play with a friend.
Finally, fans of role-playing and action games will have the chance to play Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood, a title developed by Cyanide Studio, creators of Styx and Call of Chtulhu.
This month will be one of the latest updates to the PlayStation Now service, as the Japanese company announced its plan to merge this service into one of the tiers of the new PlayStation Plus, scheduled for launch in June.
Coinciding with the announcement of this change in PlayStation subscriptions, the option to acquire a year of PlayStation Now has also been eliminated since it is planned that in June, the remaining months of PS Now that users have will migrate to the Premium tier at no additional cost of PlayStation Plus, at no additional cost.