PlayStation Now catalogue gets 105 new games

PS4’s PlayStation Now streaming service has been expanded with the addition of 105 new titles, including more than 20 Capcom games.

That brings the total count of the US offering of the on-demand game-streaming platform to 250 titles.

Around a fifth of the new additions are Capcom games, such as Resident Evil (including 4, 5 and 6), Street Fighter (including Ultra Street Fighter 4), Mega Man, Dead Rising and Lost Planet instalments.

Other titles to join the library were Sniper Ghost Warrior, Divekick, Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor’s Edge, Zeno Clash II, multiple King of Fighters entries, Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD and the former game from No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games, Joe Danger 2: The Movie.

You can see the full list of additions on the PlayStation Blog.

There’s no word yet whether the latest batch of games will come to the UK version of the service, the catalogue of which differs to its American counterpart.

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