PlayStation Now Adds Rainbow Six Siege, The Evil Within 2, and Get Even in May

PlayStation Now Adds Rainbow Six Siege, The Evil Within 2, and Get Even in May

PlayStation Now's lineup of games with three new additions for those that love multiplayer shooters, horror games, and suspense thrillers.

Since its launch, PlayStation Now has continued to grow and expand with a diverse lineup of games for PlayStation fans to enjoy on PS4 and PC. Each month has seen a group of new games coming to subscribers from a number of genres and franchises, with May’s new arrivals including a marquee multiplayer game and two suspenseful single-player games.

Over on the PlayStation Blog, Sony has announced the next three games that will be joining PlayStation Now’s lineup, which will be Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six SiegeThe Evil Within 2, and Get Even. All three games will be joining the service throughout this week for those with an active subscription.

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As the only multiplayer title among the three, Rainbow Six Siege is certainly one of the biggest new additions to PlayStation Now. Since its debut in 2015, Rainbow Six Siege has become a hit in the esports scene and continues to thrive with a huge player base each month. According to Sony, PlayStation Now subscribers will have access to the base version of the game (instead of any premium versions), and it will be available on the service through November 2, 2020.

If multiplayer games aren’t your thing, The Evil Within 2 and Get Even should satisfy your single-player needs with more suspense-driven storytelling. Personally, I happened to really enjoy The Evil Within 2 and it’s a notable step up from the original game, while Get Even delivers a first-person psychological thriller experience set in an insane asylum. Together, it seems like they would make for an interesting double feature.

At the moment, PlayStation Now currently has over 800 games to play across the PS2, PS3, and PS4 libraries, giving a wealth of games to try out each month. Those interested in the game streaming/download service can try out a one-week free trial to sample it, while a one-year subscription for PlayStation Now runs for $59.99.