Saturday, May 28

February PS Now Games: GTA Vice City, Little Big Workshop, Death Square and more

PlayStation has confirmed today through its official blog what will be the video games that will join the catalog of PlayStation Now in February. In total, players subscribed to this game service on PS5, PS4 or PC will be able to access four new titles this month that will be available starting tomorrow, that is, from Tuesday, February 1. They are the following:

GTA Vice City replaces GTA III

The incorporation of the renewed edition of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, the one included in Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy- The Definitive Edition, we already knew about it thanks to a recent leak due to the mistaken appearance of an advertisement on the consoles of certain players. That’s why we also knew that the Rockstar Games game will be available on PlayStation Now Until May 2, being the only one of this month’s selection that has a service exit date.

The Definitive Edition from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City comes to replace the updated version of Grand Theft Auto III, a delivery that came to the PlayStation Now catalog during the launch of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy- The Definitive Edition but what leave the service tomorrow, February 1st. At the end of the month, on February 22, two more games will become unavailable: Mafia – Definitive Edition Y Tekken 7.

As for the rest of the month’s games on PS Now, Little Big Workshop is a management title in the style tycoon in which we control a miniature aesthetics factory, Through the Darkest of Times puts us in the shoes of the leader of a resistance group in Berlin in 1933 and Death Squared is a demanding but fun co-op puzzle experience.

PlayStation Now is a subscription gaming service and streaming which is available on PS5, PS4 and PC, the latter platform only compatible with cloud gaming. Its price in Spain is €9.99 per month, although it has annual (59.99 euros) or quarterly (24.99 euros) subscriptions. According to recently published information, this service could be merged in the future with PS Plus, giving rise to a new subscription, which is why physical recharge cards have begun to disappear.



Reference-vandal.elespanol.com

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