PS Now March 2021 Games Ranked - What Are the New Additions?

PlayStation Now receives another set of new games by the start of a new month.

Similar to every month, there are some new additions to the library of PlayStation Now in March as well. Just a few hours earlier, Sony officially revealed the lineup of PS Now March 2021 games in a tweet. Without further ado, let’s see what’s new in PlayStation Now:

Infamous: Second Son

This is probably the most tempting offer of this month’s PlayStation Now offers for many of the PS4 owners. The last title from Sucker Punch Studios before Ghost of Tsushima and the latest entry of its franchise. You have a great opportunity to play one of PS4’s most hyped launch-window titles after almost seven years.

Regarding the fact that many players might have bought their PS4 a few years after the launch of Infamous Second Son, it’s a game that we all have in our backlog. Infamous Second Son was a successful first-party launch for PS4 both critically and commercially.

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

The Ace Combat series made a great comeback with the seventh’s mainline entry back in 2018. While staying loyal to the roots of the franchise, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unkown revived its genre once again after the lack of new games and content for years.

The game was first appeared on Xbox Game Pass and is now heading to PlayStation Now, making it accessible for more players around the world to feel what it’s like to take the control of a modern-day fighter and enter a brutal war.


One of the most creative indie games of the past few years finally joins PlayStation’s streaming service. Control your movements and shots, while time controls everything. This is the one and only law in Superhot that will bring a challenging, but fun experience that you’ve never had before.

A sequel to the game called Superhot Mind Control Delete launched last year.

World War Z

If you wouldn’t mind teaming up with a bunch of friends and killing tons of zombies in different maps and scenarios, then World War Z should be your next destination in PS Now March 2021 additions. The game features multiple scenarios, various PvP and PvE, modes, dozens of weapons, and tons of achievable cosmetics and characters that can entertain you for months.

PlayStation Now is now available on both PS4 and PS5 consoles. The subscription fee is $59.99 (+ applicable tax) per year.

Mehrdad Khayyat

Mehrdad is a Senior Staff Writer at DualShockers. He started writing about video games since he was a high-school student. He's probably one of those rare Rainbow Six Siege fans that have the game installed and updated on any available platform.

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