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PlayStation Now Adds Injustice 2, RAGE 2 and More

Sony will be adding F1 2020, Injustice 2 and RAGE 2 in latest PS Now lineup for November 2020.

As everyone is getting hyped in anticipation of upcoming PlayStation 5 launch this month, Sony Entertainment is adding a brand-new lineup of PlayStation 4 games to game-streaming service PlayStation Now from November 3, 2020.

PS Now members can enjoy playing F1 2020, Injustice 2, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, RAGE 2 and Warhammer: Vermintide 2 soon. PS5 console owners will also be able to play these games across globe on November 12 and onwards.

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PlayStation Now Adds Injustice 2, RAGE 2 and More


Official twelfth entry in Formula 1 series, racing game F1 2020 from British developer/publisher Codemasters comes up with a varied range of cars, circuits and gameplay modes to relish the glory of competitive sports championship.

Get into an intense brawling action against biggest heroes and baddest villains of DC Universe in 2017 fighting game Injustice 2 from developer NetherRealm Studios, where you battle it out as many renowned comic-book characters.


Step in a post-apocalyptic wasteland to fight its hostile dwellers and mutants as ranger Walker in first-person shooter RAGE 2. Then attempt to rebuild civilization and restore society in role-playing simulator title My Time at Portia.

Kingdom Come: Deliverance to arrive on November 3 and will be available for PS Now members until May 3, 2021. Joining alongside will be first-person action game Warhammer: Vermintide 2, a direct sequel to End Times – Vermintide.


You can become a PS Now monthly subscriber right now by simply signing up for a $9.99 only or take a full year of membership at $59.99 to get access to a huge library of over 800 games that you can stream over to PC and PS4 console.

Following next-gen launch, Sony Entertainment plans to make PlayStation Now a huge deal for PS5. Those who are still skeptical about signing up for a PS Now subscription can get on board with a 7-day free trial on PC or PlayStation 4.

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