PlayStation today announced a new set of additions to the PlayStation Now service starting tomorrow, November 2. The game streaming service will add Mafia: Definitive Edition, Celeste, Final Fantasy IX, and Totally Reliable Delivery Service, specifically.
Like Xbox Game Pass, PlayStation Now titles aren’t always available indefinitely. Sometimes they turn in and out. Of the new titles announced for PlayStation Now this week, Mafia: Definitive Edition is the only one with a definitive end date. PlayStation Now subscribers will be able to access and play Mafia: Definitive Edition starting tomorrow until February 28.
Revealing PlayStation Now’s November lineup.
— PlayStation (@PlayStation) November 1, 2021
“Fasten your seatbelt and fire up the delivery truck, it’s time to deliver,” reads the PlayStation description for Totally Reliable Delivery Service, arguably the lesser-known title of the group. “Go solo to ensure the safety of your deliveries, or join your friends and put your teamwork to the test and get the job done randomly in an interactive sandbox world. Unpredictable ragdoll physics is combined with agile platforming. Sprint, jump, dive and fight with ease, but hit something and you will be knocked unconscious. Do you want to take a break from deliveries? Then play. The world is full of toys, vehicles and machines that can be used for work or play ”.
As noted above, Mafia: Definitive Edition, Totally Reliable Delivery Service, Final Fantasy IX, and Celeste are all set to be available on PlayStation Now for subscribers starting tomorrow, November 2. PlayStation Now, the service itself, is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, or PC for $ 9.99 a month with hundreds of PS4, PS3, and PS2 video games available to stream or download. If you’re unfamiliar in any way, this is a very similar type of service to Xbox Game Pass, but for PlayStation video games.