PlayStation Now July 2021 Games Detailed

The world of Rockstar Games’ Red Dead Redemption 2, Team NINJA’s Nioh 2, SEGA’s Judgment, and Sony Santa Monica’s God of War will make their way to PlayStation Now in July.

A sprawling tale of life in America at the dawn of the modern age, Red Dead Redemption 2 has players taking control of Arthur Morgan. A member of the Van der Linde gang, he robs, steals and fights his way across the frontier. You can read our review of the title here.

Meanwhile, Nioh 2 will transport players to Sengoku-era Japan and the deadly Dark Realm as they take on merciless demons. New to this game is a revamped combat system and the ability to transform into a yokai.

The psychological thriller Judgment will also make its way to the service. As disgraced attorney Takayuki Yagami, players will claw their way through Kamurocho’s underground crime network as they investigate grisly murders. You can read our review here.

Finally, God of War re-establishes Kratos’ world as he lives in the realm of Norse gods and monsters. With his son Atreus at his side, he must serve as a mentor to him as he deals with his rage. You can read our review here.

Learn more with the PlayStation Access video below:

PlayStation Now – New Games July 2021

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