The total number of PS4 games on the service is now up to 275.
Sony has announced the newest batch of games that will be added to their PS Now on demand service. 50 games will be added to the service this month, with the headlining title being Ubisoft’s For Honor. Other games being added to the service include Raiden V: Director’s Cut, Super Star Wars, and Dandara. You can see the full list on the PlayStation Blog.
As is always the case now, if the game is a PS4 title, or a PS2 Classic, you will be able to download it to your console and play it there for as long as you are subscribed (if your subscription lapses, you will need to purchase the game to continue playing it). You can also stream the game to your console. PS3 games can only be streamed.
The new update brings the total number of games on the service to over 700, with over 275 of them being PS4 games. It’s a pretty substantial number, and should help Sony position the service better as a Game Pass competitor.