14 Oct 2021 4:39 PM +00:00

PS Now November 2021: All Leaks, Confirmed Games, Upcoming Titles And Games Leaving Soon

PlayStation owners have access to some of the best games in the world with subscriptions like PlayStation Plus but fans would be remiss to overlook the console giant's other subscription service. PlayStation Now is a similarly fantastic service, similar in many ways to Xbox Games Pass.

For anyone who doesn't have the cash to splash on new games all the time, PS Now offers a decent alternative with some relatively new titles released month after month. In 2021 for instance, we've seen the likes of months we've seen the likes of Nier: Automata and Red Dead Redemption 2 added. That's on top of some pretty decent exclusives like God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, Nioh 2 and many more

But what games do Sony have planned for us next month? Here's your complete guide to PS Now in November 2021.

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5 October 2021 -

The new PS Now October 2021 games are now available. Go enjoy all those new releases.

4 October 2021 -

Ok, now it's official. PS Now is set to add: The Last of Us Part II. Fallout 76, Desperados III. Amnesia: Collection, Final Fantasy VIII Remastered, Yet Another Zombie Defense and Victor Vran: Overkill Edition. These seven titles will all launch tomorrow, Tuesday, October 5.

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4 October 2021 -

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October’s PS Now games have reportedly been revealed early. According to Reddit users, multiple people claim to have seen several games emerge on their consoles. If true, that list included The Last of Us Part 2, Fallout 76, Desperados 3, Final Fantasy VIII Remastered and more.

29 September 2021 -

Borderlands 3 has left PS Now. Guess the only thing we can do is wait for the next PlayStation Now announcement, likely coming next week. At least we have the PS Plus October reveal to take our mind off it.

27 September 2021 -

We've just realised that Borderlands 3 is only available on PS Now until Wednesday, September 29, 2021. That's this week!

We wonder what PlayStation has got lined up to replace it for PS Now subscribers in October.

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20 September 2021 -

Not strictly news related to October but positive for PS Now Subscriber's all the same. PlayStation Lifestyle has spotted that PlayStation Now is finally set to arrive in Australia and New Zealand, after it was spotted that the New Zealand PlayStation website now has an area dedicated to the subscription service (suggesting it may become available in the region fairly soon). Let's hope this is the start of Sony putting more resources and energy into the cloud streaming service.

16 September 2021 -

Since there are lots of great Lost Judgment Reviews doing the rounds today, it's worth reminding PlayStation Now Subscribers that the first game, Judgment, is available on PS Now. However, it's only available until 4 October 2021, so you best enjoy everything this Yakuza spin-off has to offer whilst you still can!

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What is PlayStation Now

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PlayStation Now, often known as 'PS Now' is a subscription service only available to PlayStation owners on PS4 and PS5 consoles. It is not 'free, but does offer a 7 day trial to new subscribers. Essentially it gives active subscribers access to hundreds of PS4, PS3 and PS2 games, ready to play on-demand; with new games added every month.

For clarity, yes, that means the service doesn't include PS5 games, but it could change in the future. Sony Interactive Entertainment recently filed a new patent that could potentially bring PS5 games to PlayStation Now.

As noted, the games are available on-demand and that means you won't have to download them, as you play through the cloud. That said, you can choose to download some games if you would prefer having them on your console, rather than streaming from the cloud.

In addition, it doesn't matter if you stream or download, your PS Now subscription includes full access to all available online multiplayer modes.

How Do You Download PlayStation Now Games On PS5 and PS4

As you browse through the PlayStation Now games, you'll see a tag in the game preview section telling you if the game is downloadable.

To download an eligible game, select the game and select Download.

You can download as many games as you like, depending on the available system storage space.

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PS Now November 2021 Predictions?

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

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In recent months we've seen The Witcher 3, Horizon: Zero Dawn, Marvel's Avengers and Borderlands 3 all added to the service.

Right now, there's only one game we know that is confirmed for November 2021 (more on that below). Beyond this though, there's no clues, or leaks that suggest any other games being made available on PS Now in November, but we'll update this page with any rumours and leaks as we hear them.

What Games Are Coming To PlayStation Now In November 2021?

The following games are confirmed as coming to PlayStation Now in October 2021:

  • Final Fantasy IX on November 2

Strange events transpire on the Mist Continent, one of the four main lands of Gaia. The kingdom of Alexandria, ruled by Queen Brahne, begins their invasion of other nations under orders of Kuja, the “angel of death” from Terra. An accidental encounter in Alexandria brings Zidane, Vivi, and Garnet together, and they set out on a journey that leads them to discover the secrets of their past, the crystal, and a place to call home.

What Games Are Leaving PlayStation Now In November 2021?

The following games are confirmed as leaving the PlayStation Now service in November 2021:

  • NieR Automata
  • Red Dead Redemption 2
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Make sure you enjoy these games to their fullest before they're removed.

PS Now November 2021 Release Date

New games are typically added to the PlayStation Now service on the first week of the month. Again, the date you have access to these games is dependant on your timezone, but everyone will get access at the same time. 

We would imagine that any games added or leaving the service in November 2021 will be added on Tuesday 2 November.