Will PlayStation Now Lose Over 50 Free Games By Joining PS Plus?

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According to a user on Reddit, who also reported the complete list, the merging of PlayStation's online services will result in the loss of more than 50 games that were present on PlayStation Now. The service was launched by Sony back in 2014, and although many people have seen it willingly and are still using it now, the memberships are much lower than those of PlayStation Plus (also required to play online).

Therefore, the decision to unify everything in a single subscription seems more than logical, despite the fact that the announcement came only in the last period. However, the fact that the titles, perhaps currently in use by thousands of players, are removed from the service, was not among the first things that were taken into consideration by users, that if this news were confirmed they could remain with a game played for half. Reminding you that there is nothing official, and that this news is the fruit of nothing but a rumor, we present below the complete list of these titles, the one that the Reddit user shared on the well-known forum.

The list of over 50 PlayStation Now games that would be removed includes PS3 and PS4 titles:

Akibas Beat (NA)
Akibas Trip (NA)
Exile's End
Hotel Transylvania 3
Lovely planet
NBA 2K18
No Time To Explain
Steredenn Binary Stars
The Final Station
TheGolf Club 2019
Destroy All Humans
MX vs. ATV Supercross Encore
Sonic Mania
Sonic Forces
Team Sonic Racing
The Dwarves
Virtua Fighter V
Valkria Chronicles Remastered
WWE 2K19
Alex Kidd in Miracle World
Altered Beast
Bomberman Ultra
Casrlevania Lord of Shadow
Comic zone
Crazy Taxi
Fighting vipers
Golden Ax
House of the Dead 3+4+Overkill
Metal Gear Rising
Nights into Dreams
Renegade Ops
Sega Bass Fishing
Silent Hill Collection
Sonic adventure
Sonic Adventure 2
Sonic 4 Episode 1+2
Sonic the fighters
Sonic generations
Sonic Unleashed
Super Hang On
The Revenge of Shinobi
Virtua Fighter 2+V
Yakuza 4+5
Zeno Clash 2

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