PlayStation has revealed the four games it’ll add to its PlayStation Now games for the month of December.
As per the PlayStation blog, the first offering will be Grand Theft Auto III: The Definitive Edition. As you can likely guess from the title, this is the version of the game found in the Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. The original game meanwhile has just turned 20, and you can read Josh’s musings on that milestone here.
PlayStation Now’s trip through the ages of Final Fantasy games is almost at its conclusion. The HD version of the early-noughties double pack gives you two games for the price of none (well, your subscription). It’ll will be followed by Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age this coming January.
The final two games include Bithell Games’ most excellent movie spin-off John Wick Hex. A turn based mix of action gunplay and chess, we quite enjoyed our time with it last year. Finally, chaotic action arcade game Spitlings is sure to be disgustingly good phlegmy fun with friends.
All four games will arrive on the service from Tuesday, December 7 at no extra cost to PlayStation Now subscribers. There’s no dates for the other three leaving, but you’ll have until the end of January to enjoy GTA III: The Definitive Edition.
Meanwhile, over the weekend it’s been rumoured that PlayStation may be looking to roll Now into a new subscription service to take on Xbox Game Pass.
— PlayStation Europe (@PlayStationEU) December 6, 2021