The PlayStation Now service may not be as comprehensive as Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass, especially with Microsoft launching all first-party versions on the service at launch, but that doesn't mean it's either. not left out. There are some great video game titles here to play and if you want to enjoy a large catalog of games without paying for each game, this could be a viable option.
As mentioned, there are a ton of games on the service, and it keeps adding games while running some video games. So what we have listed below may vary from what is available at the time you read this. Likewise, since these games are so diverse in terms of genre, we do not rank these titles in any order. These are just a few games you might want to check out.
# 40 Superhot
Superhot is a pretty unique FPS title as players fight over time as much as they do with hostile enemies. In the game, players fight against humanoid enemies who try to overpower the protagonist. With the use of different firearms on random objects around the area, players can attempt to shoot, punch, or physically punch their opponents.
Here's the catch, time only moves when you do. As a result, if you stand still, time passes incredibly slowly. You will see bullets in the air giving you a slight advantage in trying to dodge them. Meanwhile, the faster you move, the faster your opponents will be able to move. This game can quickly turn into a strategic puzzle title by keeping a close eye on where all the hostile enemies and even their bullets are so you can dodge dangers and deliver your barrage of attacks.
#39 Infamous Second Son
The Infamous series in general is available on the PlayStation Now service, but you might be more interested in the latest installment released for the PlayStation 4, Infamous Second Son. In the game, players are a superhero who gets stuck in a society that fears people with unusual powers. It's a new scenario where you will have to face a departmental organization that hunts down and eliminates all the superhumans who could inhabit the region.
Not only do you have a big world to navigate, but a storyline that presents choices and consequences. Depending on the actions you take, you will determine how the story will unfold. If you're into games, you can check out previous versions released for the PlayStation 3, which, again, are included on PlayStation Now.
#38 Detroit Become Human
Detroit Become Human is the latest title, as of this writing, from the Quantic Dream development team. These are the folks behind the likes of Beyond Two Souls and Heavy Rain. As a result, the same type of gameplay style is present in Detroit Become Human in that players primarily explore the different areas, make choices throughout the narrative, and complete a series of QTEs. However, the storyline of this game follows a futuristic world where human-like androids have been designed and are used to make the lives of humans a bit easier.
That said, a few androids have been corrupted and proven to be a danger to humanity, leaving a battle between those who find androids a perfect tool for their various daily tasks and those who find androids too dangerous or even threatening. for their livelihoods. In this game, players will follow the lives of specific Android characters, all of whom are used to different methods and their potential inner struggle to become more self-aware.
# 37 Frostpunk
In Frostpunk, players must control a city of civilians seeking refuge from the cold temperatures of the world. Being one of the few cities built around a heat source, players will need to strategize on how to handle various issues that may arise.
This is a tough title to go through as you will find it difficult to keep the town growing and stable with the number of resources needed to ensure its vitals and happiness are satisfied. As a result, the gameplay will soon become a balancing act when it comes to gathering resources to combat issues that can affect the health and safety of the townspeople.
#36 Little Nightmares
Little Nightmares has gained great notoriety over the years. It's a game very much like Limbo and Inside with players going through different levels of side-scrolling as children, but set in a gruesome world. Here, players take on the role of Six, a young little girl located in an underwater facility known as The Maw that traps children. In the game, Six actively tries to escape while avoiding all the grotesque human-like creatures that run this strange facility.
However, along the way, Six also attempts to keep his hunger in check which has begun to attack his internal system which renders his body useless. Along with platforming, Little Nightmares will require players to solve a series of puzzles to progress. It is worth mentioning that a sequel is available in the market, but at the time of writing this description, it is currently not available through the PlayStation Now service.
In Prey, players wake up on a space station as part of some kind of experiment and all that's left is a hostile group of invaded alien creatures. This is an FPS RPG type video game as you explore the area and try to solve the mystery of what happened to the station. As you progress through the game, you'll unlock new abilities and skills both in areas like engineering and hacking, but you'll have skill sets found in the alien enemy you'll face principally.
The level design is set up in such a way that you have more control over how to complete certain objectives, which is a major advantage as the game gives players different ability options. Fans have really sided with Arkane Studios to take on the Prey franchise and you can dive into the game on PlayStation Now.
# 34 Bloodborne
FromSoftware has truly created a big hit in gaming with the Souls franchise and by following the same fighting style and gameplay mechanics the studio has delivered Bloodborne. In this game, players take on the role of a hunter in an alternate Victorian era. While traveling to a town known for its advancements in medicine, Yharnam, players discover that the town has been infected with some kind of disease.
Now, to get to the bottom of what happened, players are forced to fight this plague of infected monsters. However, just like with the Souls video games, this is a brutal action RPG that emphasizes attacking and quickly dodging enemy attacks. This title has received so much love from fans that we are still waiting to see if FromSoftware will continue with the IP. That said, now is your chance to dive into the game through the PlayStation Now service.
Remedy Entertainment, known for Max Payne and Alan Wake, released a new IP in 2022 called Control. It was an all-new third-person action-adventure title that immersed players in a supernatural narrative. That said, this is a kind of slow-burning narrative that will take a long time to unveil what's going on, and even then some may find it a little vague.
Anyway, without spoiling too much, Control follows a young woman who has entered a federal building studying the paranormal. Hoping to find answers for her missing brother, the building finds itself in a state of lockdown after a supernatural entity breaks free, leaving the building as the last chance to protect itself from being released into the world. Now players are forced to deal with this supernatural force through the use of their own unique abilities and a special firearm obtained from the government building that can freely change from something like an assault rifle to a gun. Likewise, this game is a bit of a Metroidvania as you'll be constantly returning to the map as you gain new abilities.
#32 Dishonored 2
Dishonored 2 is a stealth action-adventure video game set fifteen years after the events of Dishonored. In Dishonored 2, Empress Emily Kaldwin is deposed by an otherworldly usurper. Players early in the video game will have the option to go through the video game as Emily Kaldwin or her father and bodyguard Corvo Attano.
Both characters will have abilities that can be lost as the game's story will offer a wide variety of ways to progress through the game. That said, if you enjoy the game, the first installment is also available on PlayStation Now.
#31 Wolfenstein The New Order
Wolfenstein is an iconic FPS game series and in 2022 we received something of a reboot. It is a game that immerses players in an alternate timeline in which Germany won World War II. As a result, the Nazis took control, but there is growing resistance to regaining control. Players will follow William Blazkowicz, a war veteran who joined the resistance as you once again fight against the Nazi regime.
Players can expect an FPS title full of over-the-top action as you fight against soldiers with the storyline divided into chapters. That said, there is a sequel available called Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, but as of this writing, the sequel is currently not available on the PlayStation Now service.
#30 Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain
Players can enjoy the latest installment of Metal Gear Solid while under the control of legendary developer Hideo Kojima. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain takes place after the events of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, also available through the PlayStation Now service. Here, we follow Snake as he takes on a new mission that takes him to Soviet-occupied Afghan territory.
In the game's narrative, Snake seeks revenge against those who destroyed his forces during the ending of Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, but to do so he will have to explore and map the lands. For fans of the franchise, this latest installment is seen as a bit different in terms of gameplay with this time around the developers have allowed players a bit more freedom when it comes to completing objectives rather than to follow a specific set of orders.
# 29 Call of Duty: Black Ops III
Call of Duty: Black Ops III is one of the franchise's futuristic FPS titles as it is set in the year 2065. Most of the world has become too advanced, forcing warfare to rely on soldiers performing most of the work on the field. However, this time soldiers have the option to use augments that will allow soldiers to become cyborg supersoldiers.
Of course, the hugely popular zombies mode has been brought back, giving players swarms of undead to defeat wave after wave. At the time, this was the last episode of Black Ops to release with a campaign since Call of Duty: Black Ops IV was strictly live prior to the current release of the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War series. historical.
# 28 LittleBigPlanet 3
LittleBigPlanet 3 offers players a new puzzle-platformer to play with a friend. Overall, the game follows the same gameplay mechanics as the last two mainline entries in the series. The third installment in the series brings three additional characters who offer their unique abilities to help solve certain puzzles throughout the campaign.
This is a fun little game suitable for a young audience. Not to mention that the game is also fun for multiplayer. If you love puzzle platformers and haven't tried the LittleBigPlanet series, do yourself a favor and install LittleBigPlanet 3 today.
# 27 Resident Evil Code Veronica X HD
The Resident Evil franchise recently received a series of remakes. After Resident Evil, we received Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 remakes. Most veterans hoped that Capcom would deliver Resident Evil Code Veronica as a remake, but that didn't happen. However, this storyline picks up after the events of Resident Evil 2 and Resident Evil 3 with Claire Redfield and Chris Redfield forced to survive a viral outbreak while on a remote prison island.
There was a ton of love for this game when it first launched in 2000, but right now there might be a feeling that the game is a bit hard to play thanks. It's an old-school survival horror video game with limited resources, a ton of hostile enemies, and puzzles to solve. Still, if you enjoyed the Resident Evil games and just dabbling in the remakes, you can follow the original storyline with this game.
# 26 Injustice 2
While NetherRealm Studios released Mortal Kombat fighting games, they also implemented a similar game setup, but with the DC Comics universe. Injustice: Gods Among Us, is a game that followed a timeline in which Superman took over the world by force and enacted strict laws and regulations when the Joker tricked the hero into killing Lois Lane. Now with a broken Superman, Batman manages to bring in the Justice League from another universe to help stop his regime.
This first installment is not available for the PlayStation Now service, but there is Injustice 2 which adds gameplay and storyline. As mentioned, the gameplay is incredibly similar to Mortal Kombat, but instead features a roster of DC Comics characters. Each has its own unique set of moves, special attacks, and even level designs to fight with.
Collection # 25 Silent Hill HD
Konami released an iconic survival horror franchise with Silent Hill. The first four video game installments are incredibly beloved, but since Konami disbanded the team and gave the IP to other developers, this franchise has become a shell of itself. While you can't play the original versions from the Team Silent era, there is Silent Hill HD Collection.
If you ask Silent Hill fans they'll tell you it's best to play these games as originally intended without the upgrades or no upgrades, but since this is PlayStation Now you can play two of these games. This collection includes Silent Hill 2 and Silent Hill 3. Funnily enough, there was no inclusion of Silent Hill in this collection, which is unfortunate especially since Silent Hill 3 is connected to the first game, but at least , you can enjoy these two installments and get engulfed in this atmospheric psychological horror series.
# 24 Red Dead Redemption
Red Dead Redemption 2 raised the bar for the Red Dead franchise, and surprisingly, Rockstar Games never released a remastered edition of Red Dead Redemption for modern platforms. Luckily, if you enjoyed Red Dead Redemption 2 and want to continue on John Marston's storyline, you're in luck with PlayStation Now.
The original Red Dead Redemption title is available and still holding up today. Although it lacks some aspects compared to the previous version and there is a visual downgrade, the storyline will allow you to keep playing just to see how it all ends. That said, it's worth noting that there's also the DLC version, Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare, which brings the old west into a zombie post-apocalypse.
Series #23 BioShock
The BioShock franchise has a strong following, but despite such popularity, we only have three installments. This video game allows players to walk through unusual towns that have been designed and separated from the normal world. His companies become a failure, leaving only madness and chaos in his path.
Here players step into this unusual world, whether it's the ocean depths of Rapture or high above the clouds in the steampunk city of Columbia. As mentioned, there are three installments and each one is worth perusing if you like a bit of unusual horror FPS gaming. Luckily, all three versions are readily available to play on the PlayStation Now service.
# 22 Kingdom Come Deliverance
Developers Warhorse Studios have released Kingdom Come Deliverance, a period piece with more realistic, combat visuals. In the tale, the old king of Bohemia had passed away with his heirs lacking the ability and power to secure the throne. Taking advantage of this opportunity to take advantage of it and claim the rights, the brother of the old king takes control of Bohemia.
Players will take on the role of a blacksmith's son whose family has been murdered by an invading army. With revenge burning in his heart, the son searches for his family's murderer while restoring the throne to the rightful heir.
#21 Ethan Carter's Disappearance
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is an adventure game that follows Paul Prospero, a paranormal investigator who received a fan letter from a young boy named Ethan Carter. Inspired by the letter, Paul ventures to Ethan's hometown to learn that something tragic has happened.
Players must now solve the mystery and find out where Ethan is and what happened during the events that happened before our protagonist arrived. Most of the game will explore the open world in search of not only Ethan, but also clues to help piece together a series of murders.
#20 Automotive Storm Apocalypse
MotorStorm: Apocalypse is another motocross and ATV style racing title, similar to the MX vs ATV series. However, with MotorStorm: Apocalypse there is more of an extreme setting filled with challenging race tracks filled with constantly changing terrain destruction due to chaotic weather and natural disasters. It's just a blast of an arcade racing game to play I personally hope a new installment eventually makes its way to market but for now it's a title I suggest to verify through this service.
# 19 Fallout 4
Fallout 4 is currently the last mainline Fallout installment from Bethesda that you can enjoy on PlayStation Now. This title places players in a storyline that takes place moments before the nuclear bombs go off. Taking refuge in the nearby vault, our protagonist along with their spouse and child are put into hibernation. That was until players woke up to the sight of kidnappers taking their child and killing their spouse in the process.
Before you are able to break free and stop them, the group pulls you back down below only to wake you up again to find that the group has escaped. Now players venture into the Wasteland in hopes of finding their long-lost son. Of course, along the way, you'll encounter countless NPCs who could all use a helping hand to get back on their feet thanks to raiders, opposing factions, and mutated creatures.
#18 Siren Blood Curse
Siren was designed under Sony by legendary developer Keiichiro Toyama who you might know as the director of Konami's original Silent Hill video game. In Siren, players will find it to be a game based around a Japanese village known as Hanuda that has chosen to separate itself from the outside world. During one of the village's ritual ceremonies to bring their god back to the world, an earthquake stops them and curses the village into a different world.
Now a total of ten survivors must stop the cult from bringing in an evil god. There are a total of three Siren games available, the latest being Siren Blood Curse which is a reimagining of the first Siren title. This particular title is also available for players on PlayStation Now and it is likely to be the last installment to be released for this IP, as the game director has since left Sony and started working at his own studio, Bokeh Game Studios.
#17 Dead Island: Definitive Edition
2022 could be a good year to revisit Dead Island. The video game developed under Techland which had since created Dying Light was a big hit at the time. It was an open-world zombie video game that trapped players on a resort island when the apocalypse hit. Our protagonist wakes up to find they are immune to the disease and as a result are forced out into the open in hopes of finding a way off the island and back to a town hopefully. safe.
It was a game that also had more influence on melee combat, which was pretty exciting. However, Dead Island has become a running joke because the sequel has been stuck in development hell for several years now. It's a game that's been swapped around at different development studios and there was even a build leak that showcased some of the past work that had gone into the title. We may never get a Dead Island sequel, but we can still enjoy Dead Island: Definitive Edition today.
#16 Until Dawn
Until Dawn was an exclusive PlayStation 4 title developed by Supermassive Games. In the game, players follow a group of eight characters who decide to have a vacation retreat in a cabin at a fictional hill station in western Canada. However, their vacation retreat quickly turns sour as they learn that a psycho killer is on the loose, forcing our group of eight to survive until sunrise. If you like choice-based video games, this title will be a must.
Players will be able to control characters at different points in the story while making critical choices along the way. Depending on the choices made, the narrative will change and even potential characters won't stay overnight. If you enjoy this game, you might want to look into The Dark Pictures Anthology, a collection of horror games from developers Supermassive Games that also somewhat resembles the gameplay of Until Dawn, but these are newer releases and not on PlayStation Now. a service.
# 15 Resident Evil 5
Resident Evil 5 at the time of its release was a bit of a lackluster installment in the Resident Evil franchise. However, lately fans have changed their minds, only if it's just a little. While originally the game was a game that fans struggled to enjoy because it ditched the more atmospheric and survival-horror gameplay, many fans consider the title to be a horror game. strong cooperative action.
In this title, players follow Chris Redfield and BSAA agent Sheva Alomar as they investigate a suspected BOW lead that leads them to a small African village. The gameplay, as mentioned, is more action oriented, with players not struggling to find ammo and can even use melee attacks against enemies. Meanwhile, there are still plenty of boss fights and a few puzzles to solve. It's kind of a throw-and-play-with-a-friend game, but don't expect the level of gameplay of the remakes.
# 14 Resident Evil 4
Resident Evil 4 was quite different from previous versions. It ditched fixed camera placements and tank controls for a smoother gameplay experience and over-the-shoulder camera views. In the game, players take on the role of Leon S. Kennedy who is sent on a mission to retrieve President Ashley Graham's daughter.
Our journey takes us to a rural area of Spain where most of the villagers are cursed by a virus that has turned them into zombie-like creatures. It's one of the games that fans enjoyed a lot despite the drastic change in mechanics and we're sure that Capcom is working on a remake, but in the meantime, you can enjoy the current version of this game on PlayStation Now.
# 13 Doom
Doom is another iconic FPS title that has inspired other amazing video game franchises in the market. In 2022 we received a new reboot for the franchise and it gave veterans and newcomers an action-packed FPS title. Once again we take on the role of Doom Slayer as he is forced to fight against a swarm of demonic scum that has broken through the gate created to bring in the energy of Hell.
Now that the demons are free, players are humanity's last chance for survival. Just like in the original games, players are given a wide array of different weapons as they battle demonic enemies and bosses while clearing the various stages. It's just as gruesome and intense as the original titles, but the one thing fans found a little lackluster was the fact that there wasn't a whole lot of post-launch content release to keep players coming back. with new content. enjoy. Fortunately, that changed with Doom Eternal, the sequel to Doom, but so far only Doom 2022 reboot is readily available on PlayStation Now.
#12 Project Cars 2
You're probably familiar with the Project Cars franchise as it started in 2022 but has since received a sequel in 2022. It's a car racing simulator that features over 100 different rack layouts, 60 unique locations, and nearly 200 cars to choose from. of.
With a variety of elements playing a role in racing, such as track temperature or dynamic weather effects, playing Project Cars 2 felt even more realistic compared to the first installment. It even had the added bonus of offering off-road riding for those who prefer rallycross. If you're looking for a racing simulation game, Project Cars 2 is worth checking out.
# 11 Vampire
Dontnod Entertainment had gained fame through Life is Strange. It was the title that really put the studio on the map and after Life is Strange, the studio opted to create a different type of game with an action RPG title called Vampyr. This game is set during the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic in London, where players take on the role of a doctor named Jonathan Reid. Our protagonist is in a difficult situation as he is a vampire with a bloodthirsty nature, but fights against his condition for his Hippocratic oath.
As an action role-playing title, players can traverse parts of the world while leveling up Jonathan to unlock new abilities and skills. It didn't quite reach the level of success that Life is Strange was able to achieve and the studio has since gone back to making more adventure titles, but if you missed the game it can be considered a gem hidden. to try.
# 10 Mafia 2 and Mafia 3
The Mafia game series acts much like Grand Theft Auto. Here players enter the world of organized crime and try to make a profit or take revenge on another group. It's a series that actually just had a rather well done remastered collectible version that comes with all three main installments of Mafia. However, you can access Mafia II and Mafia III on PlayStation Now.
Although the series is not connected in terms of storyline, it still focuses on gangs and even time periods. For example, Mafia II will follow a protagonist looking to make a quick buck by joining a gang in the 1940s. Meanwhile, Mafia III is set in 1968 after a former criminal returns from Vietnam and relocates into the life of organized crime when his life is turned upside down. Hopefully, we'll see the remastered collection release on PlayStation Now, which includes video game enhancements with the first and arguably best installment in the series.
#9 Farming Simulator 19
There are simulation games for just about everything and one of them is Farming Simulator. Now that I get it, it's a series that won't be for everyone, but there's a huge fanbase for this franchise with newcomers and veterans alike jumping into the game with every episode.
As you'd expect, this is a farming game, which means tending to crops and livestock, not to mention using a wide assortment of heavy machinery to get the job done. a little faster. If you're expecting a game that resembles Harvest Moon, you'll be a little disappointed here because it's a bit more realistic for real farming.
Série # 8 Batman Arkham
Batman Arkham series, chances are you've played these games before, but if they've slipped your radar over the years, here's your chance to try them out today. The Batman Arkham titles set the standard for Batman games as we got to play as the dark knight, using his wide range of gadgets, staying in the shadows and delivering brutal attacks against a large number of thugs.
Not to mention, there are plenty of iconic villains from the Batman franchise present throughout the series that players have to deal with. Unfortunately, not all of the Batman Arkham games are featured here, but you do have Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham Origins, and Batman: Arkham City.
#7 Katamari Forever
The Katamari franchise is quite unique and honestly an addictive game to play. Without going too deep into the history of the franchise or its lore, the Katamari games have players searching for items to create stars for the universe. To do this, players start by rolling around a small ball that can pick up small objects. However, the more you collect, the bigger your ball will become, meaning the larger the items you can collect. Located at different levels, players are usually given a time limit to gather as much trash as possible in the world. It's a fun little game that you can easily get carried away with and is available on the PlayStation Now service, you won't have to pay a dime to try it.
#6 Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat has been an iconic fighting video game franchise for years after it debuted as an arcade title. Now the series continues to thrive today, but in 2022 the development team at NetherRealm Studios opted to reboot the franchise. Mortal Kombat, while the ninth main episode, was a reboot that gave players the storyline events of the first three Mortal Kombat games.
The gameplay here is more or less what you'd expect from the latest installments of Mortal Kombat. We've got a roster of iconic classic fighters from the franchise who battle against each other and deliver a series of brutal blows while introducing the X-Ray feature that offers insight into the internal damage of certain moves. Unfortunately, the latest installment in the franchise, Mortal Kombat X and Mortal Kombat 11 aren't on the PlayStation Now service, but you can still have a little fun with this one.
# 5 days gone
Days Gone, a third-person action-adventure game follows a former biker gang member named Deacon in the post-apocalypse. After a zombie-like virus spreads across the world, our protagonist Deacon loses his wife amid the chaos while trying to escape the flood of undead zombies. Since then, Deacon has been living with his best friend while helping the various faction groups in the area with their various job offers.
However, it’s not long that we discover that Deacon is still hoping that somewhere out there in the world that his wife is not just another fatality number that was taken over control by the zombie virus. Despite efforts to let the past die, Deacon will continue his search in hopes of figuring out just what happened to his loved one all those years ago.
#4 The Last of Us
The Last of Us is a game you couldn’t escape from on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. This was such a big hit exclusive from developers Naughty Dog and we’re even getting an HBO live-action adaptation made to further spread the drama story in a new entertainment medium. This action-adventure game puts players years into a zombie-like apocalypse that has forced humanity to break up into small factions or groups.
With threats of infected creatures behind guarded walls, it’s extremely dangerous roaming out in the open. Players are taking the role of a man named Joel who is tasked with delivering a young girl across the country. Reluctantly accepting the job, we get an emotional journey as the two fight tooth and nail in hopes of reaching their destination, while the storyline continues to bring out twists and turns along the way.
#3 God of War
God of War got its start back on the PlayStation 2 and over the years we’ve continued to follow Kratos on his journey to seek his revenge on the gods. It’s been such an intense and action-packed hack and slash series that chances are you’ve already enjoyed it. However, you can enjoy several of the God of War games on PlayStation Now which will give you a fleshed-out backstory of Kratos leading up to the PlayStation 4 soft reboot. Here you’ll get HD remasters for God of War, God of War II, God of War III, God of War: Ascension, along with the mobile title releases as well such as God of War: Chains of Olympus and God of War: Ghosts of Sparta.
#2 Horizon Zero Dawn
Horizon Zero Dawn came from development studio Guerrilla Games who was previously known for the Killzone franchise. Here we get a third-person action RPG title that follows a narrative set well into the future. Not much is known about the metal world and what’s left of humanity has been restored into ancient tribes-like society. Meanwhile, giant mechanical beasts roam the world and have taken over as the dominant predator.
Players are stepping into the role of Aloy, a female huntress that was banished from her tribe as a newborn baby. Raised by another outsider, players start the game following Aloy as she attempts to figure out why she was banished as a baby. Despite humanity mainly being based around a tribal format, players will have an assortment of advanced weaponry such as bows that can deal electrical damage against these metal beasts. Likewise, with this being an open-world video game title, there are plenty of side quests to take on and areas to explore.
Uncharted video games were such a big hit on the PlayStation 3 and we even received a remastered trilogy of the PlayStation 4. Fans couldn’t get enough of Nathan Drake as he went through different parts of the world in search of mythical treasure while always getting caught up in a battle against an evil corporation or the supernatural. The original trilogy is available for players to dive into on PlayStation Now but they are the PlayStation 3 versions of the game.
This means that those wanting an enhanced version will have to check into the Nathan Drake Collection that came out on the PlayStation 4 platform. Likewise, the concluding storyline for Nathan Drake, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, is not available on the service alongside the spin-off standalone title, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Still, fans that are wanting a thrilling action-adventure title, you can’t go wrong with the Uncharted IP.