PlayStation Now Leak Unveils Huge New PS4 Game | Games | Entertainment
All leaks should be taken with a pinch of salt and the latest regarding the new PlayStation Now games arriving in October is no different. There have been plenty of times in the past where Sony has accidentally added items to lists online, and this latest revelation could turn out to be the same.
And days before the new PS Now games go live, fans of the subscription service are looking for clues as to what’s to come.
The latest one has been spotted by eagle-eyed fans in the UK and appears to list The Last of Us Part 2 as arriving on PlayStation Now. If that happened, it would be another massive game added to PS Now alongside titles like God of War and Detroit: Become Human.
It would also allow the entire Last of Us story to be played for the first time using the PlayStation Now streaming service. And it’s not just Last of Us Part 2 that’s tied up, with Desperados III and Fallout 76 also reportedly launching this month.
Neither game has sold more copies than Last of Us Part 2, but both would add variety to what’s already available on Sony’s streaming platform and help replace more popular PS4 games. recent ones that have been deleted.
The Last of Us Part 2 created incredible hype when it was first announced and fans had to wait years before they could actually play. This has created a lot of debate on the subject of revenge and having the strength to move on and not repeat the sins of the past.
In the Express Online review, we noted that the story remained the primary focus, with Naughty Dog managing to expand the way they told it in new ways that generally pushed the game in a more solid direction.
One excerpt reads: “The balance between exploration, story moments and action is usually kept in a loop that makes you want more. But there are times when that momentum can be thwarted by too much of one thing.
“It doesn’t happen often, but digging through rotten buildings for supplies with limited story commentary can get a bit boring sometimes.
“The added flashbacks help break up the narrative, and these generally work as great ways to get the player to important information at the right time.
“Flashbacks offer less action but more story-building moments and are sprinkled with sparingly to help break up the tense and harsh scenes.
“And while the narrative remains less focused than in the original game, the story benefits from the added complexity employed by Naughty Dog.
“The Last of Us Part 2 might not be what fans expected, but it offers something unique in a very crowded video game market.”
One would imagine The Last of Us Part 2 would become one of the most played on PS Now this year in a short period of time, but fans will have to wait until Monday to find out if these new reports are true.