With this month’s PlayStation Now releases, travel the United States by land, sea, or air, help a city survive – and grow – in the midst of a new Ice Age, or quit Earth altogether and try to colonize a hostile planet. These new additions to the PS Now lineup are available starting today, Tuesday, January 5 to all subscribers, joining hundreds of other titles ready to play instantly.
Let’s take a closer look at these games below. New to PlayStation Now and want to learn more? Head here
In The Crew 2, take on the American motorsport scene as you explore and dominate the land, air and sea of the United States in one of the most exhilarating open worlds ever. With a wide variety of exotic cars, bikes, boats and planes to choose from, experience the frenzy and excitement of racing across the United States while testing your skills in a wide range of disciplines from conduct. Record every thrilling asphalt melting moment and share them with just the push of a button – the glory is yours!
● The Crew 2 is available on PlayStation Now until July 5, 2021
Uncover the secrets of a planet as you work to build a lasting colony on the face of Mars. Use drones to prepare for human settlers, then make sure to balance the personalities of the settlers by creating habitable living spaces in large domes, making discoveries, and building a new society. But colonizing a hostile world challenges you to build carefully, and the planet hides secrets, good and bad. Good luck, pioneer.
Frostpunk: Console Edition
Enjoy a complex strategic challenge and rich narrative in this alternative take on the 19th century industrial revolution. Heat means life as you build and maintain a steam powered Victorian town in this social survival game.
Find information, supplies, and survivors to expand your company’s population. Look for new technologies to develop advanced infrastructure, including autonomous controllers, airships, and more to help you survive the freezing cold. Whether you are an enlightened ruler or an iron-fisted tyrant, you will find that the choices in this world are not as easy as they seem.