The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion headlines this week’s PlayStation Now update

Plus, wage war in a post-apocalyptic wasteland in id Software's acclaimed FPS Rage

Bethesda’s RPG classic, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion leads the charge in the latest range of new additions to the PS Now library today, joining over 450 PS3 and PS4 games in the streaming service.

Whether you want to continue your journey into the fantasy genre with co-op battler Hunted: The Demon’s Forge or go post-apocalyptic in id Software’s brutal shooter Rage, there’s plenty to get your teeth into with today’s update. The full list of new additions to the service looks like this:

  • Bound By Flame
  • Binaries
  • Aragami
  • Pharonic
  • Kromaia Ω
  • Earth’s Dawn
  • The Final Station
  • Hunted: The Demon’s Forge
  • Rage
  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

With exclusives such as The Last of Us, Killzone Shadow Fall; blockbusters like Red Dead Redemption, Batman: Arkham City or family friendly titles including Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4, and Tearaway Unfolded, you’ve got a range of games to suit all tastes.

For a full list of games available on PS Now, please click here.

All these titles are ready to stream and play today – no need to download and install – with a PS Now subscription (a subscription also enables players to unlock both PS3 and PS4 Trophies, send and receive online multiplayer invites, and share gameplay status updates with their friends list). Why not try it out for yourself with a free seven day trial? If you like it, the monthly subscription is available for £12.99 per month.

The service is currently available in the UK, Germany, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, US, Canada and Japan.

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Cool, new games to play…oh wait. i can’t

StevenJamesHyde 15 January, 2018 @ 12:17

*Opens PS Now Update*

[ctrl+f] Demons Souls


*closes PS Now update*

Finka_Karfein 15 January, 2018 @ 15:38

You’ll never find anything this way. You might one day get something though by searching for Demon’s Souls.

StevenJamesHyde 15 January, 2018 @ 15:49

I maintain that instantly closing the PS Now update is the correct approach in either case


Soooo when will the service be avaible in Romania too? You know we’re an actual country and not just a shoe or something…

mschulze01010111 15 January, 2018 @ 12:40

17 EUR for one month is ridiculous.

Integrate this service to PS+ or finally put an end to this and rename it “Playstation once upon a time” for the record.


Ignoring the community won’t just make the matter go away.

The US store have Psycho Pass for both PS4 and Vita for their Plus line-up. Our PS4 version of the game is still set to full price — please advise.


Got me excited for a second when I seen Oblivion and then noticed the words “PS Now” urghh

Great, now when I play oblivion and it crashes, I can’t do anything about it.

If you hadn’t dropped Vita support, I’d be all over Playstation Now. The idea of being able to play all those games on a handheld whilst other people watch TV was amazing. And you ruined it :(

Odysseus-Dreams 15 January, 2018 @ 15:35

Ni No Kuni

Finka_Karfein 15 January, 2018 @ 15:39

Still most EU countries can’t use it. Still very expensive. Still no exclusives like Demon’s Souls or Yakuza series.

feel-my-wraith1 15 January, 2018 @ 17:18

Sorry it is priced too high. Compared with ps+ it is a lot more expensive per month. A lot of the games have been given out on ps+ already. Drop it down to £5.99 a month and I would sign up.


Yakuza 3, 4 and 5 please


I don’t want oblivion in PS now I want it remastered

JediKnight246 16 January, 2018 @ 14:06

It should have been Oblivion Game of the Year edition on PS Now, otherwise PS Now users have no way to play the Shivering Isles expansion.

not a chance at 12.99 a month, head in clouds much??

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