Rainbow Six Siege, The Evil Within 2, and Get Even are being added to the PlayStation Now roster.
Available to stream now is Ubisoft-published Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, Tango Gameworks’ The Evil Within 2 and 2017 psychological thriller Get Even. Siege will be available to play until November 2 of this year, while the other two titles are labeled with ongoing access. Detailed via PlayStation Blog, SIE’s Senior Manager of Game Services Content Adam Michel has revealed May’s additions to the PlayStation Now catalog.
Rainbow Six Siege originally released in April of 2015 and was noted for its realistic gameplay. It has since been supported with copious patches and new content since its launch, contributing to a loyal fan-base. The Evil Within 2, on the other hand, offers a single-player, survival-horror experience – published by Bethesda in October 2017, it opened to respectable reviews.
Get Even was developed by The Farm 51 and published by Bandai Namco in July of the same year, and provides a first-person thriller experience in which the player must make their way through an abandoned insane asylum.
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Following its open beta launch way back in 2014, PlayStation Now recently hit 1 million active subscribers. The service offers the streaming of over 700 games from the PS2, PS3, and PS4 eras direct to PS4 and PC and continues to garner positive reception amidst a recent price cut and so increasing legitimacy as a competitor to Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass. This month’s inclusions are just a snapshot of the service’s wide library.
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