PlayStation Now subscribers have a batch of new games to play this month. The four games will be added to the library tomorrow, November 2, and can be played through cloud streaming or directly installed on the console.
Mafia: Definitive Edition was the headline news summed up in November. This complete remake of the classic Mafia was released in September 2020, and the 2002 sandbox game was painted with Mafia III engine paint. If you are a purist, don’t worry; the Mafia still retains its classic design, good or bad. You can read our review of the game here. Mafia: Definitive Edition will withdraw from PS Now on February 28.
What followed was the stupid party game Totally Reliable Delivery Service, a classic role-playing game in Final Fantasy IX, and the acclaimed platform game Azure in 2017. These three games will be available on the service until further notice.
The Last of Us Part II joined PS Now last month. Like Mafia, it is only available for a limited time. Thankfully, you still won’t be able to play that until January. At the same time, if you prefer the PlayStation Plus type, here is a list of “free” games you can download starting this month.
Are you a subscriber of PlayStation Now? If so, what do you think of the new content in November? Let us know in the comments!