PlayStation has announced the rest of the games being added to the PlayStation Now service for the month of September.
First up is Bandai Namco’s Tekken 7, which has appeared a few times but it’s hard to argue against such solid beat-em-up action. Joining it are the games Killing Floor 2 and the original version of Final Fantasy VII. The latter of those two was previously revealed during last week. ICYMI, the service will add one Final Fantasy title a month between now and January 2022.
Turn-based singleplayer RPG Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Definitive Edition is next on the list. Next in this month’s line up is a island exploration adventure Windbound. Finally, rogue-like action RPG Moonlighter sees you battle through a series of dungeons. The twist here though, is you’ll be selling the loot you find to other adventurers in your shop between runs.
All four games will be available for PlayStation Now subscribers in September to download or stream. While the other games don’t seem to have an expiry date, Tekken 7 will be leaving once more on February 28, 2022. Plenty of time then.
Last month’s additions to PlayStation Now included Undertale, Ghostrunner and Nier Automata. You can read about those three over here.