Updated 08:19 PM EDT, Fri, Oct 30, 2020

PlayStation Now's Library Gets New Games Including 'Metro,' 'Saints Row,' & 'Sacred 3'

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Sony has added seven new Deep Silver-published games to the PlayStation Now library.

PS Now's catalog now has more than 300 games, including the seven new titles and the 40-plus games added in January. The newly added games are listed below, as provided by a PlayStation Blog post.

  •  "Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell"
  •  "Escape Dead Island"
  •  "Metro: Last Light"
  •  "Narco Terror"
  •  "Risen 3: Titan Lords"
  •  "Sacred Citadel"
  •  "Sacred 3"

Sony has also announced the top 10 most popular games on the PS Now streaming service for the year of 2015.

Since their January 2015 launch, the games that made it to the list were reportedly played by the PS Now player community for "literally millions of hours," according to PlayStation Blog. Check out the full list below.

  •  "The Last of Us"
  •  "NBA 2K14"
  •  "Batman: Arkham City"
  •  "Saints Row IV"
  •  "God of War: Ascension"
  •  "Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception"
  •  "The Walking Dead"
  •  "Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes"
  •  "BioShock Infinite"
  •  "Saints Row: The Third"

More Updates for PS Now

A new feature was introduced on PS Now last month called "My List," which allows you to save games from the catalog to a list to be played later, PlayStation Blog further reported.

To create a personal list of games to play, select the "+ My List" option while you're on the product page of each title you want to add. After adding several games, your list will appear on the third row of games within the PS Now app, so locating the game you want will be easier, the news outlet explained.

James Martin, PlayStation Now Director of Marketing, said that they are "updating the game listings" with "alphabetical rows of games" so players can find titles more easily, PlayStation LifeStyle reported.

If you're new to the PS Now player community, you can try the 7-day free trial, which gives you instant access to over 300 PS3 games -- including popular franchises such as "Saints Row," "Uncharted," "BioShock," "God of War," and "The Last of Us," among others. Head to this page to start your free trial.

GameSpot wrote that individual game rental pricing differs by duration, while all-you-can-play subscriptions can be purchased for $20/month. PS Now is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita, and also some Sony TVs and PlayStation TV.

PS Now, which was launched in 2014, was a result of Sony's acquisition of Gaikai, according to The Verge. The platform's subscription service rolled out in August to help fix the steep pricing structure of the original PS Now concept, which was dubbed then as Sony's "Netflix for gaming" service.

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