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PS Now subscribers to register four new PS4 games in March 2022

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PS now looks like it will It is almost certain to be phased out In favor of reboot PS Plus Sign up, but Sony does pass in suggestions for existing members. And this month’s PS Now lineup is actually unprecedented: members get an all-new, previously unreleased title in the form of Shadow Warrior 3. This will be available to download and play until July 4, 2022.

She was joined by three other titles: Crysis RemasteredAnd the RelectaAnd the Chicken Police: paint it red. We’ll be honest with you, readers: we’ve never heard of the latter, so we can’t add any additional insight beyond the misinformation presented in PS . Blog. Relicta seems to be kind of outlet– A first-person puzzle game, while Chicken Police is a noir-inspired adventure experience.

You probably don’t need a detailed description of Crysis Remastered, though: it’s a re-release of Crytek’s shooter, which actually looks and plays great on either PS5 or PS4. All four games will be available for download and streaming from March 1, 2022, and it should be noted that all games except Shadow Warrior 3 will be “permanent additions” – though, As noted recentlyThat doesn’t matter much these days, as Sony has been pulling PS Now releases without notice.

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