Sony’s PlayStation Now subscription service has a new browsing feature that will streamline fans’ hunt for old and new PlayStation titles.
The new feature is called “Collections”, and as the name implies, it categorizes the service’s library of almost 700 games into easy-to-navigate collections. The collections can be based on different genres, platforms, or themes, as seen in the image of the feature below. The feature is currently rolling out for all subscribers, so not everyone may immediately see the change.
In addition to the new Collections feature, 11 new games have joined the PS Now family. Headlining this games line-up is Mafia III, which has players climbing the criminal ladder of a city inspired by 1960s New Orleans, and Ubisoft’s Steep, where the realm of extreme snow sports is taken up a notch. The full list of the service’s new games can be found below.
- Baja Edge of Control HD
- Battle Chasers: Nightwar
- Destroy All Humans! (PS2)
- Destroy All Humans! 2 (PS2)
- Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2
- Harvest Moon: Save the Homeland (PS2)
- LocoRoco Remastered
- Mafia III
- Vikings: Wolves of Midgard
- World to the West
The introduction of PS Now’s Collections feature follows another major evolution that hit the service toward the end of September, allowing players to download most of its titles instead of exclusively streaming them.
Source: PlayStation Blog