F.E.A.R., the inFamous series, Lost Planet 2, Motorstorm RC and Apocalypse, the Ratchet and Clank Future saga and more are coming to PS Plus.
"As we prepare to launch the new PlayStation Plus membership service, we are doing some work behind the scenes to make the transition as smooth as possible for all of our existing members," Sony says.
Sony confirms that those who're subscribed to both current services will automatically be given a PlayStation Plus Premium subscription.
PlayStation Now subscribers can stream and download Outer Wilds, Journey to the Savage Planet, WRC 10, and Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood in April.
PlayStation CEO says the revamped subscription service's line-up will hopefully tick "all sorts of boxes" when it launches in June.
PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now will be combined in this revamped service, which will also offer games from the PS1, PS2, PS3, PS4, PS5, and PSP libraries.
Sony's rumoured subscription service, which will allegedly combine PlayStation Now and PlayStation Plus, will be unveiled soon, a new report claims.
Users are reporting that their PlayStation Plus and Now subscriptions are getting merged, amidst recent rumours of a Game Pass competitor being announced.
As part of March's PlayStation Now lineup, Shadow Warrior 3, Crysis Remastered, Chicken Police: Paint it Red!, and Relicta will be offered to active subscribers.
Just a few days from its launch, developer Flying Wild Hog has revealed that Shadow Warrior 3 will also be launching as part of the PS Now subscription service.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer says he views subscription services similar to Xbox's own Game Pass as something of "an inevitability".
Retailers across the U.K. are being asked by PlayStation to pull physical gift cards for PlayStation Now off the shelves by the end of January.
Fury Unleashed, Super Time Force Ultra, Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced Edition and Unturned will also be available starting today.
PlatinumGames' critically acclaimed action RPG will be available until November 1st while other titles are playable indefinitely.
Red Dead Redemption 2 will also be available until November 1st as a downloadable title. Other titles include NASCAR Heat 5 and Moving Out.
A leaked ad suggests that Sony's cloud service is adding heavyweights like Red Dead Redemption 2, Nioh 2, and Judgment this month.
Modder Lance McDonald believes that the recently discovered entry is instead a PlayStation Now entry for the PS3 version on PS4 for remote QA.
Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown and Slay the Spire will also be available on the service until July 5th and December 6th, respectively.
Sony's cloud service adds three more games to its lineup.
Despite having free PS5 upgrades, neither title is playable on the console via PS Now.