PlayStation Now New Titles Include 'Dark Souls 2,' 'Tekken Tag Tournament 2'; PS4 Sales Rise After Holidays

By Ben Lindon , Updated Jan 09, 2017 05:13 AM EST
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PlayStation Now subscribers reportedly get new titles including the sequel titles of Tekken Tag Tournament and Dark Souls.
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PlayStation Now subscribers may now enjoy more Bandai Namco titles as well as From Software's hit RPG sequel. Prices have been revealed for PSN newbies who may opt to grab the new titles including "Mafia II" and "Red Dead Redemption", among others. Furthermore, Sony reportedly sold 6.2 million units of the PlayStation 4 console during the holidays with a total global sales recorded of 53.4 million consoles.

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PlayStation Now subscribers may now choose from the biggest titles from many big developers. It has been noted that the RPG "Dark Souls II" has already been added to PlayStation Now. Moreover, Namco Museum Essentials such as "Xevious Resurrection", "Dragon Spirit", DigDug", "Galaga", "Xevious" and "Pac-Man" have also been revealed for the new year.

Bandai Namco also added other new RPGs to PlayStation Now including "Eternal Sonata" and "Ni no KUni: Wrath of the White Witch". Timeless classics such as "Katamari Forever", "Galaga Legions DX" and "Pac-Man Championship Edition DX" also rolled out this month. Several heavy-hitting fighting games like "Ultra Street Fighter IV" are also in PSN. A seven-day free trial is available while others may opt to pay $9.99 for the first month for new subscribers or $99.99 to upgrade 12 months as part of a limited-time offer, Cinema Blend reported.

Three Years After Launching, PS4 Hits 53.4 Million Sales

In other news, the holiday sales may have been a big boost for the PlayStation 4 console that now reached a new record in sales, CNBC reported. It has been revealed that almost 9 percent rise was recorded in a span of a year. Latest reports claim that both digital and physical copies sold were recorded.

PlayStation 4 consoles are still expected to continue selling this year. In addition, Sony may also opt to focus on PlayStation VR and improve the quality gaming experience on the PlayStation 4 Pro 6. Sony previously launched a slimmer version of the console last year as well as a VR-capable Pro.

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