Sony’s Playstation Now subscription service is offering three new games for April, and these are good ones. The first offering comes from Insomniac Games, with Marvel’s Spider-Man. It was released in 2018 to rave reviews from critics. There’s also Just Cause 4, the fourth installment in Square Enix’s long-running franchise, and last but not least, there’s The Golf Club 2019.
All three titles are available for streaming and download. Both Spider-Man and Just Cause 4 offers vibrantly realistic open world designs, but while Spider-Man has a richer narrative, the superhero game is no way near as bonkers as Just Cause 4. From tornados and all types of extreme weather to upgraded combat mechanics, there’s no less of the explosive chaos as seen in the previous three installments.
Just Cause 4 is the ideal title to put a grin on the face of the action junkies.
The folks at PushSquare say, “Just Cause 4’s traversal system can be wonderfully entertaining, and the chaotic, explosion-sim physics in play are frequently exhilarating, but they’re manacled to a game that has absolutely no idea how best to use them.”
Simulation game The Golf Club 2019 is Playstation Now’s third offering. This title from HB Studios features a procedural-generation-based course creator. So, all three titles will become available to stream on PS4 and PC, as well as downloadable on the PS4, with Spider-Man available on PS Now until July 7.
Just Cause 4, meanwhile, will be hanging about until October 6, while no end date has been confirmed for The Golf Club 2019. The description for the simulator reads: “Compete in multiple events — including real and fictional tournaments – earn your right to play in the PGA TOUR and join the race for the FedExCup.”
Meanwhile, for those seeking further new titles, Playstation Plus is offering Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Dirt Rally 2.0 as their free games for April. With the offer beginning today, it will conclude on Monday, May 4. There’s plenty of new content out there for anyone looking for a way to kick the lockdown boredom.