With all the chatter surrounding Google Stadia and the Xbox xCloud, Sony has quietly beefed up its own game-streaming service, announcing April’s PlayStation Now lineup.
Metal Gear Solid V makes for a fitting choice, with players able to access both The Phantom Pain in all its glory as well as its rather plump prologue, Ground Zeroes.
Joining Venom Snake (or Big Boss, or Kiefer Sutherland) is a trio of Star Wars games many will remember from the PS2 era. These include Jedi Starfighter, Racer Revenge, and Bounty Hunter, and while not remasters, they’ve been visually enhanced a tad with added trophy support.
Here’s a full list of this month’s newcomers:
- Chronicles of Teddy: Harmony of Exidus (PS4)
- WRC 5 Fia World Rally Championship (PS4)
- Star Wars Bounty Hunter (PS2)
- Star Wars Jedi Starfighter (PS2)
- Star Wars Racer Revenge (PS2)
- Shadow Complex Remastered (PS4)
- Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom (PS4)
- Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PS4)
- Metal Gear Solid Ground Zeroes (PS4)
- Grand Kingdom (PS4)
PlayStation Now subscriptions start at £12.99 a month with £84.99 netting you an annual pass. A free trial is also available to those who’ve yet to sample the streaming service.
Source: Official PlayStation Blog