31 May 2021 3:51 PM +00:00

What games are going to be added to PS Now in June 2021?

The announcement is here! Let's talk about PS Now and June 2021. We may have been seeing a bit of a difference in quality between PS Plus and PS Now over recent months, but that doesn't mean we should count it out just yet. PS Now has quite a few decent games available on the service and we could see a couple more added in June 2021.

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LATEST - June 2021 PS Now Games Confirmed

Following Sonic The Hedgehog's 30th Anniversary Sonic Central stream, there's going to be a larger-than-usual update for PS Now in June 2021 and we have everything you need to know about all the newly-added titles.

There will be seven new games in total, with a lot of them available indefinitely. If you're not a big fan of Sonic, don't worry. There's a little bit of something for every kind of gamer in this update. The titles and their availability are as follows...

  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - GOTY Edition
    • Available until September 6th, 2021
  • Team Sonic Racing
    • Available indefinitely
  • Sonic Mania
    • Available indefinitely
  • Sonic Forces
    • Available indefinitely
  • Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown
    • Available indefinitely
  • Slay The Spire
    • Available until December 6th, 2021
  • Car Mechanic Simulator
    • Available indefinitely
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Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown is available on PS Plus, too, for June 2021. If you enjoy it that much, make sure you add it to your game library independently of PS Now!

The Witcher III Leaked?

We know that PlayStation adds at least three games to their PS Now service every month, but at the moment we still don't know what's coming in June 2021.

There are rumours that CDPR's The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt could be making its way to the service though after some PS Now users spotted the game on the service. It appears to be some sort of a glitch, but it's the strongest rumour we've seen so far. The Express hasn't revealed their source, though, so take everything with a pinch of salt.

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PlayStation is due to announce their new PS Now titles later today, May 31st, ahead of their addition to the service on June 1st.

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What Games Are Being Added?

At the moment, we really don't have any idea as to what games are going to be added to PS Now in June 2021. We know this doesn't help, but PS Now is a pretty varied service that offers almost every type of game out there.

The games that do get added to PS Now aren't always too old either. Sometimes they add a classic, sometimes it's something relatively new! Marvel's Avengers was added to the service recently, for example, alongside a game like Jump Force last month.

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At the moment, we don't know what's coming and we don't really know when an announcement is going to be offered up. PlayStation keeps PS Plus to a schedule, but PS Now often comes a bit more sporadically.

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When Will They Be Added?

Thankfully, this is something we do know a little bit about. The June 2021 PS Now games should be added to the service on June 1st.

There will be some variance based on your timezone, but the games are always added to the service at a universal time so don't worry about someone else having access before you.

Interestingly, this is going to be on the same date as the June 2021 PS Plus games are added to that PlayStation service. If you're a PS Now subscriber AND you have PS Plus, you could be looking at quite a few free games dropping on June 1st.

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