PlayStation have announced a November update for PS Now: three new titles are out now, joining more than 800 PS2, PS3 and PS4 games already available for those with a PlayStation Now membership. Hollow Knight, Middle-Earth: Shadow of War and Persona 5 are now all available for those with a PlayStation Now membership, though two of them aren't sticking around for long.

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Hollow Knight

The town of Dirtmouth sits atop the ruins of an ancient kingdom, Hallownest. Hollow Knight is a 2D platformer in which you, the Hollow Knight, venture into the depths to explore the caverns of this kingdom, escaping traps, battling creatures, and evolving abilities along the way.


Middle-Earth: Shadow of War

In Middle-Earth: Shadow of War, the player ventures behind enemy lines and into Mordor in an attempt to undermine it from within. Mordor is littered with Fortresses and enemies of different ranks, and these enemies interact with the player individually through the Nemesis System. For instance, enemies you'd thought you'd vanquished might return, scarred and with a greater thirst for revenge against you. Fight through Mordor's fortresses to reach the Dark Lord and his Nazgul.


Persona 5

Persona 5 is a turn-based RPG about social reform. The player leads a double life; alternating between high-school realities in the day, and by night, becoming a phantom thief using their Metaverse Navigator to help them get inside Palaces. Each Palace has been created by corrupt adults, and stealing their Treasure will help bleed them of this corruption.


PlayStation also included a list of the most-played games on PS Now of October, with GTAV once again flying high on the chart. God of War, GTA V, Uncharted 4 and Infamous Second Son will all be available until January 2nd of 2020. All three of November's PS Now games are available now, though PlayStation say that Persona 5 and Shadow of War are only available until 4th February 2020.
Heidi Nicholas
Written by Heidi Nicholas
Hey, I'm Heidi! I've just finished studying a Masters in English Literature, but I've been obsessed with gaming since long before then. I began on the PS2 with Spyro, before graduating to the Xbox 360 and disappearing into Skyrim. I'm now a loyal RPG fan, but I still like to explore other genres — when I'm not playing Assassin's Creed Odyssey, or being lured back into Red Dead Redemption 2 or The Witcher 3!
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Johnny_Broflex
Posted on 06 November 19 at 20:45
So is PS Now slowly going the way of Xbox Game Pass where they will start removing games on a more regular basis?
Leigrez
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Leigrez
Posted on 06 November 19 at 20:48
Ridiculous only 3 games this month... Sony is really being stingy since they won and know they won this Generation... rising cost in PS plus... less games... saying they will add more games via timed exclusives to PS now... they only release 1 new game in two months that's staying... they other 7 are timed trials...
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Leigrez
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Leigrez
Posted on 06 November 19 at 20:49
Johnny_Broflex said:
So is PS Now slowly going the way of Xbox Game Pass where they will start removing games on a more regular basis?
Yeah it's looking like that... and I am hating it so much... also sucks cause Game Pass at least has DAY 1 exclusives on there like Gears 5 and Outer Worlds... would be nice if Death Stranding and TLOU 2 was Day 1 as well, if they think that, that formula will work better.
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JRPGChris
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JRPGChris
Posted on 07 November 19 at 16:21
I actually am looking forward to trying to get the Persona 5 platinum trophy before it leaves PS Now. 3 & 4 were along the very few games in the PS2 generation to keep me hooked enough to try to unlock everything.
TheMikeSC
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TheMikeSC
Posted on 08 November 19 at 20:49
Johnny_Broflex said:
So is PS Now slowly going the way of Xbox Game Pass where they will start removing games on a more regular basis?
Not seen many games dip into Game Pass for only three months. Most do a year minimum.
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