Sony announced April 2021 PlayStation Now games, and Marvel’s Avengers with Borderlands 3 Title The title you will download this month.
If you have not tried the cooperative action promoted by the superheroes of Marvel’s Avengers, but you are eager to show the curious action title of Square Enix through its pace, then you are in luck – PlayStation Now subscribers can download and play the full title to July 5.
However, if you prefer to rob shooters, you can choose to try Gearbox Software’s Borderlands 3, which will be available before September 29.
The long darkness-a thoughtful, exploratory survival experience-is also available for players to try, and will last longer than the other two champions.
Seeing such a Triple-A title appearing in the service is certainly in line with Sony’s commitment to put more effort into PlayStation Now in 2019 and introduce “subtitle titles” to the service.
So why not? At the time, it was reported that PlayStation Now led Sony’s revenue stream, and as of April 2020, the service had 2.2 million subscribers.
By running with consoles such as PlayStation Plus, PlayStation Now provides players with the opportunity to experience games that they might otherwise not be able to buy-so this is a way for consumers to be content-friendly in the digital age.
If you are curious about this service, the 7-day free trial version of PS4 and PS5 will be launched on April 7.
“The trial version will be available from April 7th (Wednesday) and will be open to anyone who has not yet subscribed to PlayStation Now,” a note on the PlayStation Blog reads. “This allows you to watch hundreds of PS4, PS3 and PS2 games on demand…including the new content above, which will be added to the lineup on April 6th (Tuesday)!”