Sony has confirmed the flagship games that will be added to PS Now in January with two massive exclusive titles. First off PS Now subscribers will be able to join Aloy in the world of Horizon Zero Dawn to deal with various factions, hunt down robotic animals, and experience a very engaging story. Joining Horizon Zero Dawn is Uncharted spin-off Uncharted: Lost Legacy where players will head to India to join Chloe who partners with Nadine Ross as they hunt for the Tusk of Ganesh.
The third game will be Overcooked! 2 adding some fast-paced kitchen action, being a bit of a palate cleanser compared to the other two games. If you are yet to play any of these games you can check some of our review impressions below.
In our Horizon Zero Dawn review Stefan wrote:
Horizon Zero Dawn is a bit of a slow burn, but there’s more to Guerrilla Games’ latest than just its staggeringly pretty graphics. The story surprises as it takes several twists and turns and explores the past, but the game’s beating heart is with its excellently tense and engaging robotic monster hunting.
In our Uncharted: Lost Legacy review Jim concluded by saying:
Forget Nathan Drake and Chloe Fraser, if you managed to bag The Lost Legacy as part of Uncharted 4’s season pass then you’re the real thief here. There’s a staggering wealth of content to explore, the quality of which is easily on par with A Thief’s End. The stakes may not be as high, but it’s impossible not build a connection with Chloe and Nadine or revel in the set piece action and story surprises. As far as standalone expansions go, they don’t get more epic than this.
And in our Overcooked! 2 review it was Jim once again who was giving his take:
Overcooked 2 may be short on surprises, but that’s totally fine. It expands and refines exactly what we loved about the original, with plenty of fun and challenging stages to be played again and again, whether alone, with friends, or online. You couldn’t ask much more from this indie sequel: a filling follow-up that, while familiar, will have fans reaching for their aprons on launch day.
Source: PS Blog