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PlayStation Now adds Watch Dogs 2, Street Fighter V, and Hello Neighbor

Mista

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Watch Dogs 2, Street Fighter V, and Hello Neighbor are now available via PlayStation Now, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced.

Here is an overview of each game:
Watch Dogs 2

You are Marcus Holloway, a brilliant young hacker and the latest recruit to the San Francisco arm of DedSec. Equipped with an impressive array of skills and tools—including an RC car and a drone—the whole San Francisco Bay Area is your playground, from Silicon Valley to the downtown streets. Break into any electronic device, computer system or vehicle, collect information on every citizen, and infiltrate the infrastructure of an entire city as you fight alongside the hacker community against an immoral establishment.

Available to download (PS4 system only) and stream until Monday, October 5, 2020.

Street Fighter V

The legendary Street Fighter series returns to deliver non-stop fighting action on a global stage. Play fan-favorites Ryu, Chun-Li, and other iconic characters as you rise through the world rankings. Challenge fellow PS4 World Warriors on the Capcom Fighters Network to see who will rule the ring!

Hello Neighbor

Hello Neighbor is a stealth horror game about sneaking into your neighbor’s house to figure out what secrets he’s hiding in the basement. Play against an advanced AI that learns from your every move. Enjoy climbing through the windows? Expect a bear trap. Trying to escape? He’ll find a shortcut.
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Kerotan

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Decent additions. I noticed they are now going for less games per month but usually bigger ones and sometimes for a limited time.

In the past you might get 10+ smaller games per month. Do you think Sony are holding back some releases for a big 2.0 next gen reveal? They're already around 900 games, adding in 100+ for the launch of the PS5 and getting the number over 1000 would be sweet.