With PlayStation Now’s May lineup, you can try to survive relentless yokai in feudal Japan, rub shoulders with manga icons, and make your way through an entire city. Starting tomorrow, May 4, Nioh, Jump Force, and Streets of Rage 4 will be available to play on your PS5 or PS4 console.
Let’s take a closer look at each game.
Grab your sword and travel to the bloody Sengoku period in Japan – an era ravaged by warring states and dark, evil forces – and blast your way through the land as the masterless samurai, William . Cross the blades in brutal melee combat, wielding swords, axes, spears and even war hammers against human and demon enemies. In this brutal third-person adventure, you must endure vicious encounters and learn from your mistakes: each death will bring you resurrection, and each resurrection greater resolve to defeat your enemies.
Some of the most famous Manga heroes are thrown into a whole new battlefield: our world. Uniting to fight the most dangerous threat, the Jump Force will bring the fate of all mankind. Create your own avatar and jump into an original story mode to fight alongside some of the most powerful manga heroes from Dragon Ball, One Piece, Naruto, Bleach, Hunter X Hunter, Yu-Gi-Oh !, Yu Yu Hakusho, Saint Seiya and many others. Or head to the online lobby to challenge other players and experience plenty of modes and activities.
● Jump Force is available on PlayStation Now until Monday, August 2, 2021.
Streets of Rage 4
Sega’s iconic side-scrolling beat’em up is redesigned for the modern generation. With fan favorites Axel and Blaze, newcomers Cherry Hunter, Floyd Iraia (and unlockable guests), clear the streets of Wood Oak City the only way you know how – with your fist and kick. Perform stylish combos on your own, with up to three friends locally, or team up with another player online. And while enjoying a soundtrack – created by industry icons – that perfectly accompanies the action.
● Streets of Rage 4 is available on PlayStation Now until Monday, November 1, 2021.
As we recently announced, PlayStation Now has started rolling out support for streaming 1080p compatible games (requires minimum internet speed of 15Mbps) to PC and PS4 / PS5 consoles. The rollout will take place over the next few weeks in Europe, the United States, Canada and Japan, where PlayStation Now is available. Your game streaming resolution may vary depending on your internet connection.