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PS Now games list adds DOOM, Wolfenstein and Fallout 4

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PlayStation has added some big-hitting titles to its games subscription service, PS Now – adding even more value to the platform in the final year before the next-gen PS5 is expected to land.

Joining the ranks of Bloodborne, The Last of Us, and Heavy Rain will be a number of shooters, racers and platformers – most notably 2016's DOOM, which gets its sequel Doom Eternal later this year. 

Subscribers will also be treated to Nazi shoot-em-up Wolfenstein: The New Order, apocalyptic RPG Fallout 4, and three separate Castlevania games from PS3.

With near enough one thousand titles now available on PS Now – the majority being PS3 games, with around a third being PS2 and PS4 games, too – subscribers have never had more games for the price. 

You can see the full list of new additions below – or find out what free games are coming to PS Plus this month instead.

  • DOOM (PS4)
  • Fallout 4 (PS4)
  • Monster Energy Supercross (PS4)
  • MotoGP 17 (PS4)
  • The Raven: Remastered (PS4)
  • Wolfenstein: The New Order (PS4)
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate HD (PS3)
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 (PS3)
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow (PS3)
  • Brut@l (PS4)

Access to everyone – with the right console

If you're subscribed to PS Now, should you consider it?

At $19.99 / £12.99, it's still a pricey service – compared to, say, EA Access – though you get a lot more content through Sony's platform, and a much broader range of genres and legacy titles too.

It differs slightly from Xbox Games Pass in offering game streaming for all titles be default, with a select number of titles being available to download for offline play – Xbox's games subscription service is download-only, meaning you don't need to worry about your connection dropping out.

Which service you pick will probably come down to which console you have in your home, unsurprisingly – though both PS Now and Xbox Games Pass can be accessed through PC as well.

If you're not signed up to PS Now already, new users will get a seven-day free trial on either PS4 or PC.

Henry St Leger

As Home Cinema Editor, Henry lives and breathes televisions, which is bad for the lungs but great for his content addiction. He also reports on VR, video games, smart speakers, and home entertainment.