Here Are The Latest Games Joining PlayStation Now For April 2018


Last week, Sony unveiled the free games for PlayStation Plus users. Now, the company has also revealed the latest titles to join PS Now, Sony’s streaming service of video games. In an announcement via the PlayStation Blog, Sony announced a diverse mix of games hitting PlayStation Now from action adventure games to shooters and racing titles. 

Starting off the list is Homefront: The Revolution. The game revolves around an alternate future where the player builds a resistance against North Korean oppressors occupying the player’s hometown of Philadelphia. The game takes place in an open world environment where scavenging for supplies and upgrading weapons are essential skills to survive. 

For April’s lineup, Sony is upgrading the PS3 version of Saints Row: Gat out of Hell to the PS4 version. The game lets players take the character of either Johnny Gat or Kinzie as they explore the depths of Hell to save the Boss’ soul. In addition, F1 2016, the official video game of the 2016 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP will also be joining this month’s roster. The game features 21 tracks complete with 22 drivers and 11 teams. F1 2016 allows players to live the dream and become a champion. 

Check out the full list of the latest games to join PS Now this month:

PS Now New Additions:

  • APB Reloaded
  • Azkend 2
  • Baseball Riot
  • Dark Rose Valkyrie
  • Dead Island Retro Revenge
  • Dynamite Fishing World Games
  • F1 2016
  • Homefront
  • Homefront: The Revolution
  • Mantis Burn Racing
  • Mighty No. 9
  • Omega Quintet

PS3 Titles Upgraded to PS4:

  • Risen 3 Enhanced Edition
  • Saints Row: Gat out of Hell
  • The Unfinished Swan

PS Now is Sony’s streaming service that provides subscribers with unlimited on-demand-access of over 600 games. The company has been consistent in adding new titles every month and it does not require players to download games into their consoles. You can sign up for PS Now and get a seven-day free trial here

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