If you already burned through your free trial of PlayStation Now, PlayStation is giving you another chance to try it before you buy it.
Starting October 2nd, players who aren’t already subscribed to PS Now can access the streaming subscription service free for a week, regardless of whether or not they already used their free trial or were previous subscribers to the program. The 7-day trial does require a credit card, and you will be automatically charged for a month if you don’t cancel thanks to an annoying auto-renew function, so keep that in mind.
This free trial reset comes just a couple of weeks after PS Now started letting players download “almost all” of the PlayStation 4 games in its library so that they can play these games offline and avoid streaming latency.
In addition to resetting the free trial, PS Now has added a pretty hefty batch of new games, including 100ft Robot Golf and Elder Scrolls Online. Here’s the rest of the list:
- Asdivine Hearts
- Bridge Constructor
- Carmadgeddon: Max Damage
- Ducati: 90th Anniversary
- Sniper Elite 4
- Styx: Shards of Darkness
- Torment: Tides of Numenera
The announcement also included a list of the service’s most popular games, with Red Dead Redemption unsurprisingly claiming the top spot yet again, with people getting ready for the release of its highly anticipated sequel.
PlayStation Now is available on PlayStation 4 and PC.