Sony adds a new category of games to PlayStation Now every month. This month, The Last of Us Part II is the best game to win an award, but there are other notable games on the platform, including Fallout 76 and Final Fantasy VIII Remastered among others.
Starting today, PlayStation Now subscribers will be allowed to play The Last of Us Part II consoles, PlayStation and PC until January 3, 2022. If you'd rather own it, the game will be available at a discount on the PS Store as part of Blockbuster Games sold out on October 13th instead of playing it.
Although the game sparked controversy among fans, The Last of Us Part 2 was one of the best games of 2020, with a critical average score of 93/100. If you have a PlayStation 5 console, you should know that the game has received a performance patch that allows you to choose between 30 frames per second or 60 frames per second as your target frame rate. Try one of the Fallout 76 titles, Bethesda's take on the multiplayer Fallout game. At the beginning of the game, the game was in a difficult situation and lacked other key elements of the franchise titles, but after a series of patches and downloadable content, the situation reached an acceptable state.
Final Fantasy VIII Remastered is also part of this month's lineup. Like most of the 1999 games, it's not graphically outdated, but the remastered version visually enhances it into one of the best Final Fantasy games in the series.
Other games available for PlayStation currently include Desperados III, Amnesia: Collection, Yet Another Zombie Defense, and Victor Vran: Overkill Edition. The monthly subscription fee is $9.99, the quarterly subscription is $24.99 and the one-year subscription is $59.99.
You can now play The Last of Us Part 2 on your PC via PlayStation Now
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