RDR2, God of War, Nioh 2 Coming to PlayStation Now in July

A new Facebook ad may have revealed July’s upcoming PlayStation Now games, including popular triple-A titles like Red Dead Redemption 2, God of War, judgment, and Nioh 2. RDR2 and judgment will only be available for a limited time and will be leaving PS Now later this year. However, god of war seems to be a permanent addition to the collection.

The rumor comes from a series of Facebook ads posted by the official PlayStation account, reported via Reddit. according to a screen shot from the ad posted by user /u/Mattx603, it reveals that PlayStation Now will add the games below:

  • judgment
  • Moving away
  • Red Dead Redemption 2
  • Nioh 2
  • god of war
  • Team Sonic Racing (already added to PS Now in June)

While there’s no confirmed release date for the aforementioned games, the timing indicates they’ll likely be added next week as most PlayStation Now updates happen at the beginning of the month. In addition, the fine print also states that: Red Dead Redemption 2 will not be a permanent addition and will not be available until November 1, 2021. Likewise, judgment will also only be available until October 4, 2021. god of war and nioh 2, on the other hand, could be permanent additions to PS Now.

Team Sonic Racing was added to PS Now along with PS Now . in June The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. While Nioh 2 has yet to join one of Sony’s free offerings, the previous title Nioh was recently added to PlayStation Now in May 2021. god of war was previously available for a limited time as part of PS Now is October 2019 offer, and is also available in the PS Plus Collection. in particular, Red Dead Redemption 2 has never been to PS Now or PS Plus, making it the first time Sony has offered the game as part of one of its subscription services.

While Sony has not officially confirmed the above reports, we will keep readers updated on the situation as it unfolds. If that’s true, PlayStation will likely announce the games in the coming days as part of PS Now’s July offering.