Sony has announced 12 PlayStation 2 titles will be joining the PlayStation Now service.
PlayStation 2 games being added to PlayStation Now are available starting today.
These games have been upgraded for PS4, with a fresh set of Trophies to collect – as reported way, way back in 2015.
The PS Now subscription service already offered PlayStation 3 games, and of course PS4 titles, all of which can be played on the newer console and through the app on PC.
More PS2 titles are coming to PS Now, and you can look over today’s announcement list below.
- Dark Cloud 2 (EU lists the first Dark Cloud)
- Rogue Galaxy
- Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits
- Dark Chronicle (released as Dark Cloud 2 in America)
- Okage: Shadow King
- Everybody’s Tennis
- Wild Arms 3
- Forbidden Siren
- Ape Escape 2
Other non-PS2 games were added to the service today as well: Limbo, Metal Slug 3, Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics, Sine Mora EX, Siren, and The Last Blade 2.
As always, check availability in your region before getting to excited.