PlayStation Now Beta Updated to Version 2.0; 19 Games Available: List and Screenshots Leaked

on April 10, 2014 4:29 PM

The PlayStation Now beta is well underway, and a tipster that opted to remain anonymous provided us with information about the recent 2.0 update made available to beta testers.

According to the tipster the update weighed only 42 megabytes, but it made several new games available, for a total of 19. Here’s the list:

  • Shadow of the Colossus
  • WipEout HD
  • Dead Nation
  • PixelJunk Monsters
  • Shatter
  • Guacamelee!
  • Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten
  • Dead or Alive 5
  • Critter Crunch
  • Matt Hazard: Blood Bath and Beyond
  • Zeno Clash 2
  • Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon
  • Puzzle Quest: Galactrix
  • Rise of the Guardians: The Video Game
  • Dead Island
  • PAYDAY: The Heist
  • Order Up!!
  • Alien Rage
  • Real Steel

It’s interesting to see that some games were removed from the previous phase of the beta, including Killzone 3, Puppeteer, MX vs ATV: Alive, Ninja Gaiden 3 and Papo & Yo. On the other hand the first list included only nine titles. Trophy support is also active for all the new games.

Below you can see two screenshots of the game catalog, showing all the games included in the list besides Real Steel, that apparently was on a separate page. While that’s not exactly a compelling list, we have to consider that PlayStation Now is still in beta and the titles are provided for testing purposes, so hopefully stronger titles will be added between now and the actual launch this summer.

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