PlayStation has officially announced its October lineup for their PlayStation Now subscription service, and they include some of the biggest titles to hit the PlayStation ever.
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Seven total games are being added to the service starting tomorrow, October 5. These games include The Last of Us Part II, Fallout 76, Desperados III, Amnesia: Collection, Final Fantasy VII Remastered, Yet Another Zombie Defense, and Victor Vran: Overkill Edition.
Of course, the two biggest titles coming to PlayStation Now are The Last of Us Part II and Final Fantasy VII Remastered. The Last of Us Part II is one of the biggest sequels to release in recent memory, and takes players through a harrowing story of revenge. While not the recently released remake, Final Fantasy VII Remastered is still an upgraded version of the original game and is one of five Final Fantasy games coming to PlayStation Now over the coming months.
Also included in this month’s selections are a handful of other big titles, including Fallout 76, the open-world multiplayer game set in the world of Fallout, Amnesia: Collection, which includes three of the scariest games available just in time for Halloween, and Desperados III, a real-time tactical game that tasks players with surviving the Wild West as you seek redemption for a crime.
Rounding out this month’s selection are some lesser-known, but still fun games, including Victor Vran: Overkill Edition, an isometric action RPG that lets players use everything from guns to guitars to take down enemies. Finally, Yet Another Zombie Defense HD will allow players to team up with up to three friends and defend their home base from a coming zombie horde.
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All seven titles will be available on the PlayStation Now library starting tomorrow.