Ten New Games Coming to PlayStation Now Next Week Including Until Dawn and Gravity Rush Remastered

Ten new games are coming to PlayStation Now next week, including the horror homage title Until Dawn, and the physics-bending title Gravity Rush Remastered.

January 9, 2018

Ever since PlayStation Now was released a few years ago, there’s no denying that Sony Interactive Entertainment has done a good job with adding new games to the service on a pretty consistent basis. Today, the company showed no signs of stopping anytime soon as it has officially revealed ten new games that will be coming to the service next week, and a majority of them are PlayStation exclusives.

First and foremost, easily the most prominent title that’s going to be added in this update is Until Dawn. The game is an homage to 80s and 90s horror movies and centers around a group of teenagers who are spending their time in a cabin together. Players don’t take control of one singular character.  Instead, you make choices for the entire cast, which can have drastic consequences for the story.


Another huge title that’s going to be added is Gravity Rush Remastered, which is based on the PlayStation Vita title of the same name. In the game, you play as Kat, who has the ability to control the gravity around her, which allows getting onto surfaces that would not be normally accessible.

You can check out the full list of new titles that are to be added below:

  • Until Dawn
  • Gravity Rush Remastered
  • Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture
  • Alienation
  • Knack
  • Fat Princess Adventures
  • Shadow of the Beast
  • Escape Plan
  • Hardware Rivals
  • PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate

In addition to that six games currently on PlayStation Now will soon be getting a PlayStation 4 upgrade. You can check out the list of those games below as well:

  • Beyond: Two Souls
  • Heavy Rain
  • Super Stardust Ultra
  • Hohokum
  • Entwined
  • Counterspy
Tanner Pierce

Tanner Pierce is a Staff Writer at When he isn't writing, he is pursuing a major in Journalism at the University of Central Florida.

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