A big plus of PlayStation Now is the number of games it has on offer. There are over 800 games on offer in certain markets, and among those are a great selection of RPGs. Now though, some of the best JRPGs in history are making their way to the streaming service over the course of the next few months. That’s right, we’re getting a classic Final Fantasy game every month on PlayStation Now, starting with the original version of Final Fantasy 7 (not the remake), which will join PS Now on September 7.
The Final Fantasy one-a-month scheme on PlayStation Now continues with the next three consecutive Final Fantasy games – which are FF8 (the remastered version, coming on October 5), FF9 (November 9), and the HD remaster of FF10 (which includes both FF10 and 10-2, coming on December 7). It then skips FF11, as that is an online-only MMO, and goes straight to the updated version of FF12, titled The Zodiac Age, which will come to PS Now on January 4, 2022.
PlayStation Now is available on PlayStations 4 and 5, as well as PC. It isn’t the only streaming service in the console space anymore, as Microsoft has announced plans to bring its Project xCloud streaming platform to Xbox consoles. The main kicker behind that service is that is included in your Xbox Game Pass subscription, while PlayStation Now (at this current moment in time) is still a separate subscription to PlayStation Plus.
What do you make of this news that PlayStation Now will be getting a Final Fantasy game every month for the next few months? Which is your favorite Final Fantasy in the upcoming lineup? Or is your favorite one of the earlier or later games in the series? One of the 2D ones, perhaps? Which is your favorite game on the streaming service? Let us know all this and more in the comments down below.