It’s a new month, and that means there is a fresh set of games available on Sony’s streaming platform, PlayStation Now. Available today with the PlayStation Store refresh are four more games.
November’s releases include the Mafia: Definitive Edition, which is a remaster of the original 1930s-era mob game. It’s available until Monday, February 28.
Final Fantasy IX is also now available on PlayStation Now. The RPG was originally released in 2000 for the original PlayStation. Also getting added to the PlayStation Now catalog this month is Totally Reliable Delivery Service, in which you are a truck driver in an open world where lots of things can and often do go hilariously wrong. Lastly, the beloved 2018 platformer Celeste is now available in the PlayStation Now library for streaming. If you’re skilled enough to finish the challenging campaign, you can go back and try the extremely difficult b-side levels.
Of the four games added to PlayStation Now in November, only Mafia: Definitive Edition was given an expiration date (February 28); the rest will be available for an unspecified amount of time.
Looking ahead, GTA III’s new definitive edition will come to PlayStation Now on December 7.
PlayStation Now is a streaming service available on PS4, PS5, and PC that costs $10/month or $60/year and it provides access to a giant catalog of games to stream or download in some cases. With Sony steadily building out PlayStation Now’s library, as well as adding upgrades including 1080p streaming and select game downloads, the service has seen a surge of popularity recently.
Additionally, the November 2 PlayStation Store refresh added November’s PlayStation Plus games, which include Knockout City, Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, and more.
PlayStation Now November 2021 Lineup
- Mafia: Definitive Edition (available until February 28)
- Final Fantasy IX
- Totally Reliable Delivery Service