PlayStation Now July Nioh 2 Red Dead Redemption 2 Judgment

July is going to be a pretty hot month for the PlayStation Now subscribers, as a bunch of great games, including Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2 and Sega’s Judgment, are joining the service on July 6.

After a recent leak, suggesting six games in total will be coming to PS now later this month, Sony made the statement official today on the PlayStation Blog. However, it turns out subscribers will receive even more titles in July 2021. Five of them, like God of War, will remain as longer-term additions to the service.

Here’s the full list:

  • Red Dead Redemption 2
  • Judgment
  • Nioh 2
  • God of War
  • Moving Out
  • Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
  • Nascar Heat 5

It is worth noting Red Dead Redemption 2 will stay at PS Now for a limited time only, until November 1 to be precise. Red Dead Online is also included in the package if you are more interested not in an epic single-player experience, but rather in life as an outlaw among other people. The game can be streamed or downloaded on PS4 and PS5.

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Another big addition is Judgment, which also won’t be around for long. The project will be available until October 4, so you have only three months to dive into this gripping psychological thriller from the critically-acclaimed Yakuza developer Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio. Alongside the console, you can also stream it on PC using the official PS Now desktop app.

God of War previously has been available through the service among the first of the limited-time games, but now the title returns to stay in the collection. No doubt, the game will serve as a robust addition to the PS Now lineup, and one of the few games that will never be available via Xbox Game Pass.

New PlayStation Now games for July include Red Dead Redemption 2, Nioh 2, and Judgment. Full details: https://t.co/42IfJU7CN7 pic.twitter.com/WgQT3DJHgs

— PlayStation (@PlayStation) July 5, 2021

While Sony’s service may be struggling to keep up with Xbox's goodies, that doesn’t mean it isn’t a great way to play some cool games for cheap. Moreover, the company began adding new big games each month, which is also a great deal, even if they’re available for a limited time only.

Sony has also recently announced which games PS Plus subscribers can get for free on their console starting next week. These include A Plague Tale: Innocence for PS5 only, as well as WWE 2K Battlegrounds and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for PS5 and PS4 owners alike.

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