Update: Sony has confirmed the PS Now lineup for October 2021, which includes The Last of Us: Part II as previously rumoured. Naughty Dog’s survival horror epic will be available to play until 3rd January, 2021. You’ll be able to stream or download the game to a PlayStation 5 or PS4, and you’ll even get better performance on Sony’s next-gen console.
The full lineup for the month includes:
- The Last of Us: Part II – Until 3rd January, 2022
- Fallout 76
- Final Fantasy VIII Remastered
- Amnesia Collection
- Desperados III
- Victor Vran: Overkill Edition – Now available in the United States
- Yet Another Zombie Defense HD
It’s unquestionably a strong selection for October 2021’s PS Now update, but are you happy with the offering? Let us know which of these games you’ll be playing in the comments section below, and don’t forget you can refer to a full list of All PS Now Games through the link.
Original Article: Screenshots of PS Now’s update for October 2021 appear to be circulating online, although we’ve currently been able to corroborate them for ourselves. The images show new additions The Last of Us: Part II, Fallout 76, Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, and Yet Another Zombie Defence HD. Sony already confirmed that Square Enix’s classic PS1 sequel would be added on 5th October.
Assuming this is accurate, it’s possible there are other games scheduled to be added in October 2021, as only a partial screenshot can be seen. Still, this would be a strong selection even without any extras: The Last of Us: Part II is obviously one of the best games on the platform, and Fallout 76 has shaped up a lot since launch. Its addition is curious, we suppose, given Microsoft now owns Bethesda and titles like Dishonored 2 were recently removed from Sony’s subscription service.
An official announcement will be made next week, so you won’t have to wait too long for confirmation. In the meantime, let us know if you’d be happy with these titles in the comments section below.