PlayStation Now expands with 50 new games today

By Brenna Hillier
8 June 2016 07:48 GMT

2K and Sony have penned a deal, and you, dear reader, are the beneficiary.

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PlayStation Now expands with 50 new games today

Sony will add 50 new titles to its PlayStation Now streaming service today.

Over on the PlayStation Blog, the platform holder specifically highlighted a handful of new 2K games: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, The Darkness 2, Spec Ops: The Line and Duke Nukem Forever. They join an established collection of existing 2K titles on PS Now.

These new titles bring the total number of games offered by the all-you-can-eat subscription packages to over 400.

To celebrate this milestone is offering a 33% discount on the three month subscription package in the US and Canada, from now through July 11 2016. You can only do this once, though; no buying four three-month packs for a big savings. Clever, Sony.

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