Games to Be Available Over Five Month Course
PlayStation Now, Sony’s game service competing with Microsoft’s highly successful Xbox Game Pass, has unveiled five JRPG classics to come to the platform starting this month. Five new Final Fantasy games, ranging from Final Fantasy VII to Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age will release over the course of the next five months.
Final Fantasy VII, the first of the five games, will arrive on September 7th. The other four games are Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster, and Final Fantasy XIII The Zodiac Age. The games will release on the first week of each successive month, ending with Final Fantasy XIII The Zodiac Age releasing on January 4, 2022.
Currently, no Final Fantasy game is available on PlayStation Now, so JRPG fans will be happy to hear of the latest additions. The five games will join Playstation Now’s JRPG collection, which currently includes Nier Automata and Undertale. However, some notable PlayStation JRPG exclusives like Persona 5 Royal and 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim are not available on PlayStation Now – so if you’re planning to subscribe, make sure to check the list of available games.
PlayStation Now offers some of the same functionality as Xbox Game Pass – there is a list of games available for you to download on your PlayStation. In addition, you can also stream PlayStation games to your PC in a cloud gaming experience.