PlayStation has announced the next batch of games to join its popular PlayStation Now service for the month of July, and it's headed up by soccer-with-cars sports spectacular Rocket League.

There's a total of 13 games added this month, and Rocket League is joined at the top by Borderlands: The Handsome Collection which was only just retired as a PS Plus game last month. On top of this, vampire adventure Vampyr and the classic first person shooter Red Faction II's PlayStation 2 version join the service, which allows subscribers access to over 600 games in the library for a monthly fee.

Here's the full list of additions, as per the PlayStation blog:

  • Rocket League
  • Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
  • Nightmares From The Deep 2: The Siren’s Call
  • Dark Arcana: The Carnival
  • Tachyon Project
  • Rapala Fishing: Pro Series
  • MXGP3 – The official Motocross videogame
  • Real Farm
  • Wuppo
  • Red Faction II (PS2)
  • Rad Rodgers
  • Vampyr
  • Mudrunner

PlayStation Now recently changed the service to allow for users to download games rather than exclusively stream them. It's proven a wise move, being revealed back in April it had become twice as popular to download titles rather than stream them, helping the service reach 700,000 subscribers.

 

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