July’s PlayStation Now update adds Watch Dogs 2 and Street Fighter V

Sony has confirmed the titles that have been added to the PlayStation Now service, with those three titles being Watch Dogs 2, Street Fighter V, and Hello Neighbor. Watch Dogs 2 will only be available for the next three months with the last day being October 5th, while the other games have no removal date listed with them. Of course, you could watch Ubisoft Forward and claim Watch Dogs 2 for free on PC.

In our review for Watch Dogs 2, Miguel wrote:

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Watch Dogs 2 is the perfect sequel. It takes everything that made the first game unique and original, and expands on all of it. Everything is better, from the hacking, to the story, the setting and the variety of content. Watch Dogs 2 is far from being just more of the same. An apt comparison could be the jump from the first Assassins Creed game to Assassins Creed 2. While the first was a promising yet clunky new idea, the sequel delivered on that idea and turned it into one of the most iconic series of the last decade. With Watch Dogs 2, Ubisoft is well on its way to recreating that same magic.

In our Street Fighter V review, Dave wrote:

“Even as a person whose grasp of fighting games is nowhere near top-tier standard, Street Fighter V is the most fun I’ve had in a fighting game in years. It’s a bold choice by Capcom to make this an expanding platform rather than a simpler game release, and it means that while it’s light on content, you have to appraise its stability, core combat and look to its true form in the future. Based on the strength of the gameplay and performance, Street Fighter V is a sublime fighting game and shows that this old dog still has some new tricks.”

It seems we don’t have a Hello Neighbor so we can’t really give an opinion there. All three games are live now on the service.

Source: PS Blog

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  1. Again they’ve neglected to list all the additions.

    It also includes Infinite Minigolf (which is reasonably fun, and playable in VR), and The Turing Test. Which is definitely worth a go if you like puzzles.

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