PlayStation Now April: Sony brings New and FREE PlayStation Plus Games

PlayStation Now is a six years old cloud gaming subscription service developed by Sony. The service made many gamers happy, as it can stream PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4 games on PlayStation 4 and PC.

Sony doesn’t seem to rest for one bit since it recently announced its plans for this month’s PS Now, and also brought some games for PlayStation Plus.

What’s new for PS Now

The three new games available for the service are Marvel’s Spider-Man, Just Cause 4, and The Golf Club 2019. Furthermore, they can be played right now. Sony declared:

“PlayStation Now players, prepare to perform super heroic feats this month as a trio of PS4 titles join the service.

“Protect Marvel’s New York by battling Super Villains in Marvel’s Spider-Man, survive weaponized superstorms and hi-tech mercenaries in South America with Just Cause 4… and get a hole in one at TPC Scottsdale’s No.16 hole in The Golf Club 2019.”

Giving PlayStation Now a try in this period will even grant a free trial of seven days.

Are the games worth playing?

Let’s get a taste below of what the newly added games are capable of, and start with perhaps the most interesting: Just Cause 4.

Just Cause 4 is an action-adventure and open-world game played from a third-person perspective. The player is in charge of the protagonist Rico Rodriguez, and has to survive in Solis, a large open world consisting of different biomes like deserts, snowy mountains, and more. Similar to other games of the series, Rico can transverse in the game’s world by using his wingsuit and grappling hook.

Released in 2018, Just Cause 4 is available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It’s also expected to be available for the upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. The next-generation consoles are expected to feature backward compatibility.

Patricia Smead is The Trending Times’s senior contributor covering federal politics. She has previously wrote for NPR and is a regular contributor to Medium. Patricia graduated from Georgetown University’s journalism school with distinction in 2014.

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