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Assetto Corsa and Darksiders: Warmastered Edition headline PlayStation Now’s June update

Farming Simulator 17, Tour de France 2017 also join PlayStation’s streaming service this month

A new month means new additions to PlayStation’s streaming service PS Now. Want to know what’s joining the lineup for June? Well, look no further. Note to simulation fans and puzzler platformer fanatics: this month’s PS Now update will be of particular interest. Let’s get cracking.

Race, ride and farm with these sims

The former will have the opportunity to roar around race tracks in racing sim Assetto Corsa, soak in the scenery while pumping those thigh muscles in Tour de France 2017, or tackle agricultural management with Farming Simulator 17.

Explore forests, climb towers and more with these puzzle platformers

And if your tastes sway heavily towards the fantastical for your gaming delights, then there’s a healthy assortment of puzzle platforming experiences newly released on the platform. Maybe you want to try the gorgeous woodland romp, Seasons After Fall? If you want to keep the beauty of the natural world, but dial up the puzzle difficulty, then look to Toki Tori 2+. How about harnessing magnetism to make a perilous trek through a monster-filled tower in European steampunk tale of Teslagrad? If you prefer your folklore more traditional – and your puzzles click-based – then why not try out Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride.

Fight demons, explore dungeons and blast your way to the leaderboards with these action games

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Of course, all the above may be too serious – or slow – for you. Scratch that action itch of yours by playing one of the actual Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Death, in Darksiders: Warmastered Edition, unlocking new areas and abilities as you battle your way across a ravaged Earth.

Alternatively give your trigger finger a retro workout with the hardcore top-down blasting of ULTRATRON (we added the capitals, because this is the type of game name you need to shout in your best 80s announcer voice), or swap the sci-fi for dungeons and switch the view to first person in rogue-like Ziggurat.

Survive a wall of death with an RPG-flavoured speed run

Last, but no mean least is Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics, if only because of how confidentiality it stands outside typical genre descriptions. Try it to experience its fast-paced, one way take on the RPG formula. As you explore you’ll be continually chased by an all-consuming wall of light obliterating everything in its path, constantly scrolling the screen to the right. It’s fantasy adventuring with a ticking clock!

Games upgrading from PS3 to PS4 versions

In addition this month, Doki-Doki Universe, Sound Shapes and Unfinished Swan are all being upgraded to the PS4 versions, meaning a new range of Trophies to chase (or just a perfect excuse to try the games out if you haven’t before.)

So, that full release list of games coming this month on PS Now is:

  • Assetto Corsa
  • Farming Simulator 17
  • Tour de France 2017
  • Darksiders: Warmastered Edition
  • Ziggurat
  • Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride
  • Teslagrad
  • Ultratron
  • Toki Tori 2+
  • Seasons After Fall
  • Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics

Plus, those games upgrading from PS3  to PS4 versions

  • Doki-Doki Universe
  • Sound Shapes
  • Unfinished Swan

These games are joining over 500 titles already on the service, meaning you can enjoy the rich range of PlayStation’s catalogue – both present and past – at the touch of a button. Here’s how.

PS Now is available in UK, Ireland, Germany, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, and Austria.

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Still too expensive. Honestly, if you had a Days of Play deal with a year of PS Now for £99 I’d jump at it. As usual, USA get better pricing for everything…

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£99 would be £14 more expensive than a year already costs ;) Days of Play deal is £59 for a 1 year sub.

Well, well. That’s excellent!

If we get a similar deal as the America’s, I’d bite on it immediately.

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Just echoing the other comments here – if Sony gave us EU customers a comparable deal to the US on PSNow, I’d be a subscriber. As they haven’t yet, I’m not.

Man give me PS Now in Sweden. Please. I want to play my ps3 games in my living room.

Specialk1987 07 June, 2018 @ 13:27
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seasons after fall is a beautiful game, and an enjoyable platinum. Well worth a playthrough!

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Yawn. Just reduce the cost of it already will ya! Surely no one actually pays £155 per year for this do they?

marvolossquid 07 June, 2018 @ 14:56
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No deal no purchase, I’m surprised anyone can justify the current price.

There was mention the other day about a discount to Now but guessing that was just a copy and paste job from the US and we aren’t going to get one?

feel-my-wraith1 07 June, 2018 @ 19:51
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The service is actually really good but I do agree with the point about an annual subscription. The other issue is if the games include dlc? It would be useful to know in advance if you cannot get some trophies before you start playing. The fallouts should really be goty editions. Will this ever happen as an update?

CookMan4eva 08 June, 2018 @ 11:33
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You should know at PlayStation that you play as War in Darksiders. Thats why it’s called WARmastered. DEATH is the protaganist from the second game. You should try to sort out the gaping error in this post. You are being misleading. Albeit by accident

When in June are they being added? Hardly anything mentioned here is available to play. Assetto Corsa, Ziggurat, Teslagrad and Seasons After Fall are all AWOL.

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