PlayStation Now Adds 50 More Games, Including some from 2K Games

PlayStation Now has added another 50 titles to its vast library, including some classics from 2K Games.

Starting on June 7, the PlayStation Now library will grow by 50 games. These will include several games from 2K Games. These include Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, The Darkness II, Spec Ops: The Line, and Duke Nukem Forever. PlayStation Now sports hundreds of classic PS3 games from a variety of different publishers and developers. Be sure to check out the full list.

With these 50 new games, PlayStation Now offers more than 400 games. To celebrate this, and the summer, Sony is offering a special discount on the 3-month PlayStation Now subscription. Those who subscribe between June 7-July 11 will get a 33% discount on the 3-month plan. Instead of costing $44.99, the subscription plan will be $29.99 with the discount. For those that haven’t tried PlayStation Now yet, Sony has a 7-day free trial just for you.

PlayStation Now is available now on select devices with 1-month and 3-month subscription plans. The service currently only offers PS3 games, and Sony has not announced whether the service will expand to offer games from older PlayStation platforms.