01 Sep 2021 11:42 AM +00:00

PS Now September 2021 Line-up: Everything We Know

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With the reveal of next month's games coming soon, we can't wait to see which games we'll be playing in August - especially since July was a blockbuster month for the service, adding the likes of Red Dead Redemption 2 and plenty more, and August wasn't half bad either. Here's all we know so far.

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31 August, 2021 -

The new PS Now September changes are likely set to be announced in the next day or two following a slight delay to the announcements, which is also the case for PS Plus. More to follow, very soon...

28 August, 2021 -

There's not long to go until the latest PS Now games arrive, but as for the existing library it's worth noting that The Witcher 3 will be leaving the PS Now library on September 6.

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What is PS Now?

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PS Now is a subscription service only available to PlayStation owners. 

This subscription gives you access to amazing games each month without the need to update or download them. 

You can also purchase another subscription on PlayStation called "PlayStation Plus". This also gives you access to a separate library of games, but you will need to install them before you can play. 

So, which games can we expect to see in September's lineup?

What Are The September 2021 PS Now Games?

The best thing about PS Now is that there's no real rhyme or reason to the games chosen - but they're usually bangers.

In recent months we've seen The Witcher 3, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Marvel's Avengers and Borderlands 3. We'll update this page with any rumours and leaks as we hear them.

Unfortunately, PS Now games tend to be PS4 versions, even for cross-generational titles. Come on Sony, let us stream or download some PS5 games!

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PS Now September 2021 Release Date

The new games will release on PlayStation Now on Monday 6th September, at least that's how it usually goes. 

Again, the date you have access to these games is dependant on your timezone, but everyone will get access at the same time. 

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