PlayStation Now December 2021: Will the new PS4 lineup rival free PS Plus games?

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We already know that the PS Now lineup for December will include GTA 3: Definitive Edition and the Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster.

But we don’t know what new indie game or other PS4 titles will launch this month as part of the new PlayStation Now.

There have been no notable leaks giving a hint this time around, but the good news is that the news will be shared very soon.

Sony is expected to share its plans for PlayStation Now later today, complete with a full list of all the games that will be included.

The news is usually shared after 4pm GMT and the new games will go live on December 7 alongside the new PlayStation Plus titles.

It should make an interesting comparison, especially when you consider the free games available through PS Plus.

Last week, the tech giant announced that Godfall: Challenger Edition, Lego DC Super-Villains, and Mortal Shell would be available for download on PS4 and PS5.

Sony also revealed a huge twist in the version of Godfall that you can download and play later this week.

The only crucial thing to note regarding Godfall: Challenger Edition – it doesn’t contain the same content as the base game.

Challenger Edition skips the main story, which involves a lot of character leveling, and drops players into the endgame experience.

A message from the Godfall team provides more background on the changes, explaining: “Godfall: Challenger Edition allows new players to experience the game’s trio of endgame modes, minus the story content from the base game and Fire & Darkness expansions, and gives existing players new exciting features and rewards to enjoy.

“All players have the option to instantly jump to player level 50, which comes with a plethora of skill points and a range of deadly weapons for your Valorplates.”

So will PS Now be able to compete with this combination of games? While GTA 3 and the Final Fantasy Remaster will please some fans, Sony will have to add something big to match the choice between Lego DC, Mortal Shell, and Godfall.

Not to mention the VR games that can be claimed as part of PlayStation Plus in December. As many fans will already know, the tech giant is celebrating the fifth anniversary of the PlayStation VR launch.

To mark the occasion, Sony made it possible to download three top PSVR experiences on PS4 and PS5 last month. But something gamers may have missed is that this deal doesn’t expire next week, but continues through January 2022.

This means you still have plenty of time to download and play The Persistence, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners and Until You Fall. The games we know are coming to PS Now this week include:

GTA 3: FINAL EDITION

It all starts in Liberty City. With the revolutionary freedom to go anywhere and turn everyone on, Grand Theft Auto III puts the center of the criminal underworld right at your fingertips, if you have the guts to take it.

FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD REMASTER

First released on PS2, relive two of the best RPGs of their generation, widely acclaimed for their moving stories, engaging characters and memorable adventures. Final Fantasy X takes you to the world of Spira―a which is being terrorized by the supernatural monster Sin. The Temple of Yevon teaches that the monster is a physical manifestation of the sins of mankind, and following the Temple’s teachings and atonement could purify it. Yuna, a young woman from Besaid, is a summoner who goes on a pilgrimage to defeat this terror. Tidus, a young man from another world, joins her as her guardian.

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