#Playstation Now


Bandwidth: Can it run Crysis? Now, just about everything does

The “can it run Crysis” joke has been around for ages and was born out of the game’s advanced graphics — at least for the time. Now, it takes on a new meaning, as GeForce Now is picking up the Crysis Remastered Trilogy, opening up access to the game to basically any device.
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GeForce Now officially launches in Australia next week

Australia will get official GeForce Now support starting next week, following a successful beta phase. Launching on Tuesday, October 19, the service will come in two varieties: 'Basic' is free and offers a "limited version" of GeForce Now, while 'Priority' will set you back AU$20 a month and offers ray tracing, extended play sessions, and queue priority. That price is available for a limited time, and on a 12-month subscription comes down to AU$18 a month.
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Best Black Friday Gaming deals

Black Friday can be an intense time to be shopping around, but it’s also one that you’ll be able to grab some of the best Black Friday gaming deals around, too. Gaming is one of those particular categories where a huge amount of brands and retailers will be discounting their wares over the course of the weekend, and we may even be seeing drops for the highly-prized latest generation of consoles during this time, too. It can all get a little bit overwhelming, especially if you’re not sure what you might be looking for, especially since there will simply just be a huge amount of deals going out at any single time. We’ve identified all of the Gaming deals you’ll want to know about this Black Friday.
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Victor Vran: Overkill Edition is now available on PlayStation Now

In this isometric action RPG developed by Haemimont games, create your own hero and go on an adventure alone or in online co-op with 4 players, as well as locally with 2. Take on demons in a world inspired by the famous rock band motor head, with a few bits of the group as a bonus during your epic.

PS Plus November 2021: All games revealed for PS4 and PS5

A new batch of free games is coming to PlayStation Plus subscribers very soon with PS Plus November, but what does this month have in store for avid PlayStation fans?. PlayStation and Xbox have been in a head-to-head battle to see who can provide the best subscription service in terms of free games. While Xbox Game Pass has now merged with EA Play (leading to a sharp drop-off for Games With Gold, some would say), PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now both keep offering high-quality titles.

PS Now November 2021 free games: what’s coming to the service soon?

PS Now’s November 2021 free games collection will be announced in just a few short weeks, with a number of games joining the streaming service alongside a beloved Final Fantasy title. The titles will help grow an ever-expanding library of games across the PS4, PS3, and PS2 generations. The PlayStation...

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered: How Long to Beat

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered has recently been added to the PlayStation Now collection this month and many eagle-eyed fans will be taking to the experience once again to begin their journey through the gorgeous, bucolic world and the enrapturing story of the 1999 classic. You may be wondering how long it takes to beat Final Fantasy VIII Remastered and this guide will take you over everything you need to know about how much time you will be able to invest in the instalment.

PS Now November 2021: Rumors, leaks, announcement date

PS Now is preparing for a monthly update with PS Now for November, so what’s new on PlayStation’s subscription service?. The last few months have been huge for Sony’s alternative to Xbox Game Pass. The arrival of titles like Nier: Automata, Red Dead Redemption 2 and even The Last of Us Part 2 has fans riled up in anticipation of the PS Now November update.

PlayStation boss wants “hundreds of millions” to play their games

Jim Ryan, during an interview at GI Live, hinted towards wanting a world where hundreds of millions of players were accessing PlayStation games, rather than the 10-20 million that currently do. How he plans to do this is a little vague, but looking at Sony and PlayStation’s current moves in the business, you can absolutely see the writing on the wall.

PS5's Big New Feature Is Getting Slammed by PlayStation Fans

A recent PS5 update added a big new feature to the console, a feature that many PlayStation fans will remember was promised for the PS4, but never came to fruition. The feature, dubbed Game Trials, was added last week, and right now it allows PS5 users to demo two PlayStation Studios' games: Death Stranding and Sackboy: A Big Adventure. At the moment, it's unclear what the future holds for the feature and whether or not it will be expanded upon. That said, if it's going to stick around, let alone be expanded upon, Sony may want to tweak it.