Sony's subscription service PlayStation Now will be enriched by four gaming highlights in March 2021, which you can download at no additional cost. Okay, there are fewer new games than in the previous month, but the four titles are quite something.
Ever since the release of the PlayStation 5, everyone has been talking about Sony's cloud gaming service PlayStation Now. Hundreds of games can be streamed via a flat rate and played as often as you want? All of that for around €60 a year? Sounds tempting. It's about to get even more exciting thanks to the new PlayStation Now games in March 2021.
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PlayStation Now March 2021: Four New Games
Publisher Sony has revealed which PS Now games you can expect in March 2021. Get ready for four real highlights. All four titles can be played from March 2.
World War Z
World War Z is a cooperative shooter in which you and up to three players take on massive zombie hordes. Do you know the movie of the same name with Brad Pitt? Yep, such swarms await you in the game. If you liked Left4Dead and have a few friends around you online, this might be just the game for you.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
Channel your inner Maverick (for the zoomers: that's the main character of the cult 1986 flick Top Gun) and take to the skies with this arcade flying game. Spectacular dogfights, exciting boss battles, and cool weather effects await you.
inFAMOUS Second Son
Forget Batman, Spider-Man, or the Avengers: inFAMOUS Second Son from Ghost of Tsushima makers Sucker Punch is perhaps the best superhero game you haven't played!
In the skin of Delsin Rowe, you discover that you have special powers and fight your way through a huge, open game world in and around the US metropolis of Seattle. Use a smoke whip or a laser sword to free your brother from the clutches of the bad guys. It's still a lot of fun, even if the game is seven years old now.
The final PlayStation Now game in March 2021 is the indie game Superhot. Don't let the simple look fool you, because you can expect one of the most innovative puzzle first-person shooters of recent years.
After all, Superhot won several awards as shooter of the year in 2017. It's worth taking a look at, since it doesn't cost anything anyway.
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Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.