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PlayStation Now adds Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Horizon Zero Dawn in January

The subscription service allows downloads as well as streaming

Aloy nocks an arrow on a bow made of robot parts in Horizon Zero Dawn. Image: Guerrilla Games/Sony Interactive Entertainment
Charlie Hall is Polygon’s tabletop editor. In 10-plus years as a journalist & photographer, he has covered simulation, strategy, and spacefaring games, as well as public policy.

The PlayStation Now subscription service is adding some heavy hitters in the new year. By Jan. 2, subscribers will have access to Horizon Zero Dawn, Overcooked 2, and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

PlayStation Now (not to be confused with PlayStation Plus) began life as a game streaming service built on Gaikai technology. In 2018 it added the option to download complete games, removing issues of latency for some users. Sony then dropped the price down to just $9.99 per month. The service also features a free seven-day trial for new users, so if you’re gifting a console this holiday be sure to mention it.

In December, PlayStation Now added PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, and Formula 1 2019. Also bear in mind that Sony sets a clear expectation for when games will leave the PlayStation Now service. Some titles added in January are departing in April, while some of those added in December leave in March. For complete details, check out the official Sony PlayStation blog.

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