PlayStation Now games for October have been leaked, and it looks like PS4 and PS5 gamers who signed up for the alternative Xbox Game Pass are getting one of the best and most controversial games of the latest generation. In the UK’s PlayStation Store, the PlayStation Now section has been updated with games that are not currently available via the subscription service, but are likely to be released next week, possibly along with a rumored upgrade this will take the service to the next level.
One of those games – a title that is said to be popular but divisive – is The Last of Us Part 2, which brought summer 2020 to 93 in strong Metacritic sales, but also to the controversy that ultimately undermined these two achievements. However, if it were added, it would be one of the biggest and most notable of the service’s games to date.
Moreover, it seems fall 76 It’s also been added, which is interesting considering it’s an Xbox game at the moment. Of course, this may indicate that Xbox may play ball with PlayStation in some Bethesda games, but it may also be a deal that was in the works prior to the Bethesda acquisition. Of course, none of these things can attest to that.
3rd and 4th matches leaked Desperado III – which may not look as prominent as fall 76 And Our last part 2, but it is forbidden to sleep on it – and also Final Fantasy VIII rebroadcast. The latter needs no introduction, but the former was released by Mimimi Productions and THQ Nordic in 2020, and currently boasts a very strong 86 on Metacritic, making it one of the best sleep scores of 2020.
All that said, for now, treat everything with caution as everything is conveyed by leak, not an official announcement or press release. There is no doubt that these games are coming to the subscription service, but that has not been confirmed yet.
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