New PS Now games in September 2021: Final Fantasy VII, Tekken 7 and more

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PlayStation shares the list of games that will be added to PS Now this September. The service catalog will see the arrival seven new games, among which the original version of Final Fantasy VII and Tekken 7, among others, stands out. The fight title will remain until February 28, 2022.

PS Now in September 2021: all games for PS4 and PS5

Then we leave you with the complete list of selected ones. We must remind you that the titles below correspond to the PS4 catalog, which at the same time is compatible with PS5. This way you can choose whether to play them via streaming or download them to your hard drive as one more game in your library.

  • Tekken 7 → Available until February 28, 2022
  • Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Definitive Edition
  • Killing Floor 2
  • Final Fantasy VII
  • Windbound
  • Moonlighter Complete Edition
  • Ghost of a Tale

The games are already available within the platform; on the other hand, the incorporation of Final Fantasy VII is not trivial. PlayStation collaborates with Square Enix to add some deliveries within PS Now. The play starring Cloud will be followed by Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, Final Fantasy IX, Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster and Final Fantasy Xii The Zodiac Age. They will do it on a monthly basis. Click on this link for details.

You can access PS Now through PS4, PS5, and PC as long as you are subscribed to the service. You can do it from 9.99 euros per month or choosing one of the two remaining alternatives. For 24.99 euros you will have access for three months, while for 59.99 euros you will do it for a full year. You can choose the mode in PlayStation Store; remember that the catalog consists of more than 700 games from various generations of PlayStation, such as PS2, PS3 and PS4.

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Source: press release (PlayStation)


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