PlayStation Now, Sony's streaming gaming service that in recent months – with the complicity of the lockdown – has grown a lot, is enriched with four new titles that subscribers can now play for free. And two are also heavyweights: we're talking about Final Fantasy XV and Resident Evil 7 biohazard, flanked by the WWE 2K19 fighting game and the sci-fi thriller Observation.
Final Fantasy XV is the latest chapter in the historic Square Enix saga that mixes the classic themes and tones of JGDR with those of a road movie. The result is a chapter with an unmistakable personality.
Resident Evil 7 biohazard is an episode designed to give your best with PlayStation VR, starting with the first person view. The realistic graphics and the numerous jumpscare guarantee an unprecedented horror experience.
For WWE 2K19 you don't need too many words: it's not a masterpiece, but if you like wrestling it could be the game for you.
Observation is the least known (and perhaps most original) title of the four proposed by Sony: it is a sci-fi thriller with a cinematic cut narrated from a particular point of view, namely that of an artificial intelligence.