Superhero's, anti-heroes, and... a bush pilot?
Sony has announced the latest additions to their premium streaming service PlayStation Now, choosing a mixture of FPS, 3rd person action and survival type experiences. Unfortunately PS Now hasn't yet reached Australian shores, however you can always get around this by using a US based account and purchasing cards for it online.
Marvel's Avengers - which we recently mentioned - is perhaps the most-known of the lot. Square Enix's take on the mammoth Marvel franchise sees players step into the shoes of their favourite superheros, from Hulk to Black Widow, in an attempt to stop AIM (Advanced Idea Mechanics). Marvels Avengers is available until July 5, 2021.
Next up is Borderlands 3, the fan favourite franchise that helped put looter-shooters back on the map. Praised for its outstanding gun play, customisation and ability to play seamless co-op, via online or local spilt-screen. Borderlands 3 is available until September 29, 2021.
Lastly we have The Long Dark, an episodic exploration survival game that keeps players on their toes as they attempt to survive in the harsh Canadian wilderness after their cargo plane crashes. You'll need to keep your wits about you if you wish to see this one out. Oddly, no removal date was given for The Long Dark, however we'll update this if we hear more.
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