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PlayStation Now Games For July Announced, Include Blockbuster Titles

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PlayStation Now Games For July Announced, Include Blockbuster Titles

Though it seems that PlayStation and Facebook might have accidentally revealed them already, it's now confirmed that some truly incredible games are coming to PlayStation Now this month. A new blog post from PlayStation has announced one of the best open-world games of all time is coming to the subscription service as well as some phenomenal other highlights.

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This July, PlayStation will be adding: Red Dead Redemption 2, Moving Out, Judgment, Nioh 2, Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, and Nascar Hear 5. And you won't have to wait long for these games to come to PlayStation Now as they're being released on July 6.

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Reddit had already spotted that some of these titles were coming to the service after an advert for Red Dead Redemption 2 and some of the other titles went live on Facebook. At that point, it was almost confirmed that we'd be seeing these great games on the platform but now it's official, which allows us all to delve back into these worlds once again.

Sony seems to be taking the threat of Xbox Game Pass more seriously now. Game Pass is considered one of the best deals in games at the moment, and PlayStation was yet to offer something of the same calibre, despite its wide range of great exclusives. Now Sony's service has Rockstar Games' Red Dead Redemption 2, as well as critically acclaimed titles like Nioh 2 and Judgment it might be a more enticing subscription for fans.

Hopefully, PlayStation keeps up this momentum and continues to offer great deals like this going forward, and perhaps Xbox Game Pass should look out.

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Topics: Red Dead Redemption 2, News

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