Sony has unveiled the four new video games arriving on PlayStation Now starting from December 7, and in addition to Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster and GTA III Remastered, whose release had already been anticipated some time ago, will be added to the catalog strategy John Wick Hex and the arcade game Spitlings. For the service, this could be the weakest month ever, given that the first time in over two years, there is no Triple-A on the list.
GTA III Remastered is taken from Rockstar Games’ GTA: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition and will be available in the catalog until January 31, 2022. The arrival on PS Now results from a temporal agreement with Take-Two Interactive, which has decided to offer GTA III to Sony’s subscription service and GTA: San Andreas to Microsoft. Fans did not particularly well receive the Definitive Edition of the GTA trilogy. However, overall it is still a good opportunity to revisit Liberty City at no cost, even if only two months.
Among others, Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster remains a timeless classic, and even as the years begin to take hold, the game remains a must for all JRPG fans. John Wick Hex is an isometric budget strategy game that will surely appeal to diehard fans of the genre. At the same time, Spitlings is an arcade game that has received mixed reviews from critics but could still be entertaining when played in the company.
And what do you think? How would you rate this month of PS Now? Let us know with a comment! In the meantime, we remind you that the service could soon join PS Plus to give life to Spartacus, an alternative offer in the wake of Xbox Game Pass.