17 Disney games join PlayStation Now today

LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean, Epic Mickey 2, Toy Story Mania and more are now available to stream

It’s June and the first day of summer is right around the corner. With 17 new games from Disney available on PlayStation Now starting today, it is the perfect time to enjoy some Disney magic – especially if you’re heading into summer vacation.


Suit up as your favourite character in Disney Universe, a multiplayer adventure where iconic Disney characters and legendary Disney worlds collide. Re-live the exciting swashbuckling tales of Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, and Elizabeth Swan in LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game, which includes the first four PotC films. Buckle up and take the wheel in Split Second and experience thrilling racing, destructible environments, and driver-triggered “powerplays” as you race to the finish line.

Join Mickey and Oswald in their quest to save the Wasteland in Disney’s Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, a cooperative colourful adventure. Discover the beautiful digital world of Tron: Evolution, a third-person action game with racing and RPG elements, and learn about the events that took place between the original Tron movie and the recent Tron: Legacy sequel. Enjoy a variety of carnival games and attractions based on Toy Story and its iconic characters including Buzz Lightyear and Woody in Toy Story Mania!


The fun doesn’t stop there! Here is the full list of all 17 games available now on PlayStation Now:

  • Disney Universe
  • LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Split Second
  • Disney’s Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two
  • TRON: Evolution
  • Toy Story Mania!
  • Monkey Island: Special Edition
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
  • Monkey Island 2: Special Edition
  • Cars 2: The Video Game (PS3)
  • Brave
  • Cars Race-O-Rama
  • Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension
  • Cars: Mater-National Championship
  • Bolt
  • G-Force
  • Ratatouille

If you’re new to PS Now, the service offers access to a large and ever expanding lineup of games for one low monthly price. Since the service is based on our cloud streaming technology, you can access the entire catalog of games, select one, and start playing quickly without needing to wait for downloads. Also, PS Now uses cloud saves, letting you start a game on PS4 and continue playing on Windows PC (or vice versa).

If you haven’t given the service a try yet, now’s the perfect time with a one week free trial -  give it a spin on PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. Once you’ve enjoyed your trial, you can continue to experience the freedom to play for just £12.99/€16.99 per month.

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Fineprint: while this promoted as an eu wide service. It is only available in 3 of the 28 EU member states.

It’s quite ridculous. Internet infrastructure in Europe is ideal for streaming services.


Meanwhile… Demon’s Souls is *still* only available in Japan.


“When we’ve dabbled with backwards compatibility, I can say it is one of those features that is much requested, but not actually used much”

Jim Ryan (Global Head, Marketing & Sales, Sony International Entertainment)



5 minutes of use per user (of which there are millions), shows that while backwards compatibility is a nice thing to have, hardly anyone actually does use it.

CluckNuggets 10 June, 2017 @ 03:05

In which case, why bother selling backwards compatibility? It would be pointless to run such a service in x amount of countries if nobody uses it.

CluckNuggets 10 June, 2017 @ 03:15

Not forgetting that this is the most expensive monthly fee streaming gaming service on offer besides whatever NVIDIA is offering.

ShovelFighter_89 09 June, 2017 @ 14:24

cool, still waiting for ps now to merge with ps plus still hopeful haha

Thanks for the update and for continuing to add publishers to the list. Here’s hoping that EA, Ubisoft and Activision jump on board one day.

As for SIE games, I would love to see the rest of the MotorStorm games added! Pacific Rift was one of my favourite games.

As a rare advocate of the service, I appreciate your efforts in making PS Now available and hope to one day see it expand to other territories (I currently use another account to play).

By the way, a Mac client would be amazing. You currently offer a Mac version of Remote Play and Content Manager Assistant but not PS Now, yet this is probably the one app I use the most of the three.

This will be fun!

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