Thrills in store with February’s additions to PlayStation Now. Sony’s cloud gaming service welcomes big names to its catalog. From the Black Ops of Call of Duty to the androids of Detroit: Become Human, passing by the demonic king of Darksiders Genesis or the nightmares of Little Nightmares.
Fans of shooting games, thrills, well-muscled fights or wanting to explore the future, the vintage of February 2021 will delight all players. PlayStation Now adds six very different titles to its catalog accessible from its PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles, but also on PC.
Games added in February 2021
- Call of Duty: Black Ops III – Available until April 29
- Detroit : Become Human
- WWE 2K Battlegrounds – Available until August 2
- Darksiders Genesis
- Little Nightmares – Available at least six months
- Hotline Miami 2 : Wrong Number
Hitman 2, Dead Cells and The Evil Within are leaving the PlayStation Now catalog.
We no longer present Call of Duty : Black Ops III with its thrilling single-player campaign and its online or local co-op mode. Zombie co-op mode is also available as is competitive multiplayer, either up to four players locally (split screen) or online. If you are more of an adventure game, Darksiders Genesis sets you off in pursuit of a demonic king to overthrow. Your choice of weapon, sword or pistol, solo or in cooperation to solve puzzles and eliminate enemies.
Less in force and more in reflection, but in two different styles, Little Nightmares and Detroit : Become Human will satisfy those who prefer steady games, but not devoid of visual quality. The first makes you face your fears to save a young heroine. The game of Quantic Dream, meanwhile, takes you to a not-so-distant future where androids live with humans, but eventually discover a conscience and urges to revolt against their status as modern slaves.