PlayStation Now subscribers got a fresh batch of games which include some big titles like Prey, Metro 2033 Redux and Project Cars 2 along with a couple of PS3 games. A total of nine new games have been added to the January 2019 lineup.
Sony have continued updating their PlayStation Now streaming service with the addition of nine new titles in the latest, January 2019 update. Bethesda's sci-fi shooter Prey is leading the pack along with the original Metro 2033 in its Redux version. Slightly Mad Studios' racing simulation Project Cars 2 is another heavy hitter joining the roster.
If you're yet to try these games, in Prey you take control of Morgan Yu, a human on a space station filled with hostile alien species.
Since the latest entry in Metro series - Metro Exodus will be out pretty soon, Metro 2033 Redux comes as a nice opportunity to catch up with the story, setting and world of post-apocalyptic Russia. The sequel Metro: Last Light is also available on PS Now so you can finish both games just in time for the third instalment.
Other PS4 titles included in PlayStation Now January 2019 update are God Eater 2: Rage Burst, an action RPG tower defence hybrid Lock's Quest as well as hack and slash Onechanbara Z2: Chaos and Ripstone's Chess Ultra.
The new titles will join the library of over 250 streamable and downloadable PS4 titles and over 700 streamable games overall. Sony also added two PS3 games to the lineup - helicopter shooter Thunder Wolves and aeroplane racer Skydrift.
Additionally, a list of the most played PS Now games for December has been revealed and includes some regular names like Red Dead Redemption 2 and Mortal Kombat. Other games that made the most popular list are Sniper Elite IV, Mafia III, For Honor, NBA 2K16, WWE 2K16, Steep, The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited and Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution.
You can sign up for PS Now seven-day free trial and check out the full list of available games on PlayStation website.