Sony has announced new additions to the PlayStation Now lineup, with four games heading to the streaming service today, being headlined by Grand Theft Auto: Vice City — The Definitive Edition.
Alongside Rockstar’s re-release, the factory organization simulator Little Big Workshop will also be available Tuesday, February 1st. Through the Darkest Times, a historical strategy game about a resistance group in 1933 Berlin, arrives to PS Now, along with the puzzle game Death Squared.
GTA Vice City — The Definitive Edition will only be available on PS Now until May 2nd, while the others seemingly have no end-dates. This is quite normal for the service, plus only certain games in the PS Now library have a time limit.
February 1st just so happens to be the same day the PlayStation Plus rolls over, with three new free games for those subscribers as well. In other PlayStation news, Sony recently announced its plans to acquire Bungie in $3.6 billion deal.
It is also rumored that PS Now will obsolete soon, with the introduction of Sony’s rumored Spartacus game pass service. Retailer are even pulling PS Now cards off of the shelves.
February 2022 PS Now Additions
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City — The Definitive Edition (removed on May 2nd)
- Little Big Workshop
- Through the Darkest Times
- Death Squared