Marvel's Spider-Man, Just Cause 4 and The Golf Club 2019 added to PlayStation Now lineup By Sean Carey, 07 Apr 2020 CommentsThree games have been added to the PlayStation Now lineup. Marvel's Spider-Man, Just Cause 4 and The Golf Club 2019 are available to play and stream in the service now. Marvel's Spider-ManMarvel's Spider-Man is one of the more popular exclusives on the PlayStation 4. Here on TT, the game currently sits with a 4.67/5 with over 1000 community members rating the game. According to the completion estimate on-site, it's going to take you around 25-30 hours if you're looking to grab the platinum. The base game has 51 trophies with many of them being flagged as collectable trophies. Unfortunately, we don't have a walkthrough for this one, but we do have plenty of individual Trophy guides should you get stuck. Marvel's Spider-Man will be available to download and stream until July 7th. Just Cause 4Although we don't have a completion estimate for Just Cause 4 on TT, you're probably looking around 60-80 hours to get the platinum. The trophy list isn't all too interesting, but it features 34 trophies with most just being flagged as single-player trophies. Three trophies require you to film all the various stunts in the game and one requires you to find every Supply Drop Blueprint — these are the trophies that seem to give players the most trouble. Just Cause 4 will be available to download and stream until October 6th. The Golf Club 2019The Golf Club 2019 needs 30 trophies unlocking for a full completion. The game is estimated to take around 25-30 hours to complete. Many of the trophies can be unlocked either in single-player or by playing against someone else either online or offline. The hardest of the bunch other than the platinum is the Ace trophy that requires you to get a hole-in-one on an official course. PlayStation Blog doesn't specify how long this one will be included in PS Now, but it is available to stream and download as of today.PlayStation Now Written by Sean CareyHey everyone! I'm Sean. I have been writing gaming content for various outlets over the past few years while studying a degree in Journalism. I grew up on everything PlayStation — mainly Metal Gear Solid, with a brief foray into the world of Xbox. Nowadays, you'll find me mainly playing multiplayer PC games such as Mordhau, but with the recent addition of the Xbox Games Pass for PC, I'm looking forward to improving my TA Score and completion percentage!