In September, PS Now will lose a major PS4 game.


In September, PS Now will lose a major PS4 game.

PLAYSTATION Now will lose one of its most popular PS4 titles next week, but the good news is that more are on the way.

In 2021, Sony has enormous ambitions, including bringing new games to its subscription services, which are available on both PS4 and PS5 devices.

Time is running out to start playing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt on PS Now if you haven’t already.

The popular RPG will be removed off the service next month to make room for new PS4 games, according to Sony.

It’s one of numerous games set to leave the service in September 2021, but it’s by far the most well-known.

The Witcher 3 has only been available on PS Now for three months, the shortest period of time for a game to be included.

Borderlands 3 is another popular game that will be discontinued in September, but it won’t be until the end of the month.

This means that anyone interested in trying out the popular looter shooter still has a month.

Meanwhile, on September 6, The Witcher 3 will be removed from the PS Now library, along with any new content that was made available.

Judgement will be removed from PlayStation Now on October 4, followed by Streets of Rage 4 and Red Dead Redemption 2 in November.

For the time being, we don’t know what new games will be replacing The Witcher 3 this month, but we do know when we’ll find out.

On August 30, we could learn more about what’s coming next, as the new PS Now games are anticipated to appear on September 7.

If that fails, Sony might wait until September 6 to reveal their plans, timed to coincide with the release of the latest PS Plus games.

We also know that at the time, Sony is exclusively releasing PS4 games on the PlayStation Now service, ruling out any PS5 titles.

The majority of games are cross-platform, while some, such as Demon Souls, are PlayStation 5 and next-gen exclusives.

Every month, Sony ensures that at least one indie game will be added to the PS Now catalog alongside other PS4 games.

Sony announced Undertale as the official independent game of September last month, with no set deadline for its removal.

This was released alongside Nier: Automata and Ghostrunner, and the following is a complete summary of each game:

“Brinkwire Summary News” is included.


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