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PlayStation Announces Major Free Games Ahead Of PS Plus Overhaul

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PlayStation Announces Major Free Games Ahead Of PS Plus Overhaul

PlayStation has announced the very last batch of free games for PlayStation Now ahead of the service's merge with PlayStation Plus next month.

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If you missed it, Sony confirmed last month that the all-new PlayStation Plus would incorporate most of PlayStation Now's vast library of games. Those who subscriber to the Extra or Premium PS Plus tiers will be able to download and play (or stream) hundreds of games that were only previously accessible via PS Now.

Check out some of the very best PlayStation 4 games below! How many do you think will make it to PlayStation Plus Extra?

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Of course this does mean that PS Now is saying goodbye, which in turns means that this newly announced batch of games is the last PS Now update ever.

I'm not so sure anybody is out here mourning the loss of PS Now... but this final selection of games is definitely worth mentioning, if only because their inclusion one month before the launch of PS Plus Extra probably implies they'll be included for subscribers of the new, higher PS Plus tiers.

So what are these three free games? Maybe don't get too excited. The final PlayStation Now games are: Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4, SoulCalibur VI, and Blasphemous. Not a bad lineup at all! But also not a great one. Still, it's good to have some idea of what to expect from PS Plus Extra next month, right?

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If you have an active PS Now subscription and don't yet know what's going to happen next month, don't worry! Sony has confirmed you'll automatically be upgraded to the PS Plus Premium tier for the remainder of your paid-up membership.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus, Sony

Ewan Moore
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