PlayStation has announced the next four games added to the PlayStation Now service for the month of November 2021.
First up this month is criminal remaster Mafia: Definitive Edition. More than just throwing on new textures, this remake brings the game a far more thorough going over. Gameplay has been expanded upon to bring it closer in line to the sequels, and there’s also a whole new voice cast. You can read our Josh’s verdict in his review over here.
Next up is silly physics logistics game Totally Reliable Delivery Service. You’ve got packages to deliver and a whole sandbox town full of interactive objects to do it in. How you get the parcels to their destination? That’s up to you and up to three other friends. On top of that is the latest in PlayStation’s ongoing effort to bring the classic Final Fantasy games to PlayStation Now. Final Fantasy IX introduces Zidane, Vivi, Garnet and more on November 2.
Finally Celeste needs very little introduction. But in case you need it: think Super Meat Boy levels of platforming challenge, with a great narrative driven story. From the makers of Towerfall, the challenge is great, but it’s truly worth the climb. Don’t just take my word for it though; check out our review here.
As per the PlayStation Blog, all three games arrive on the PlayStation Now service from tomorrow, November 2. No word on when the others leave, but you’ve got until February 28, 2022 with Mafia: Definitive Edition.
Playstation Now’s November lineup is revealed.
— PlayStation Europe (@PlayStationEU) November 1, 2021