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PS Now July 2021 gets Red Dead Redemption 2, Judgment, & Nioh 2

PS Now July 2021 gets Red Dead Redemption 2, Judgment, Nioh 2

PS Now continues to get great games added to its subscription service. PS Now July 2021 adds Red Dead Redemption 2Judgment, and Nioh 2 to the list, Sony announces.

“A Western saga, hard-boiled detective adventure, paranormal samurai quest, and more join the PlayStation Now library in July,” reads a tweet from the PlayStation account.

Nioh 2 (Team Ninja, 2020, Action Role-Playing Soulslike)

Two months is way more than enough time to complete a game. Hence, if you’ve already finished Nioh when it arrived to the PS Now service in May, then it’s time to continue your journey. Nioh 2 is a prequel to the original game, and this time you get to create your own character. The game also adds co-op multiplayer into the mix, adding more variety in terms of gameplay.

Judgment (Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, 2018, Action-Adventure)

Fans of the Yakuza series should try this one out. Coming from the same studio, Judgment has a bit more serious tone than the rest of the series, but still has its goofy moments. You play as a detective and you’re embroiled in investigating a case that takes a turn to the personal. Judgment launched on PlayStation 5 just this year, and it’s actually great to see the game to arrive to PS Now this month as well.

Red Dead Redemption 2 (Rockstar Games, 2018, Action-Adventure)

The critically-acclaimed game by Rockstar Games finally joins PS Now this July 2021. Play as Arthur Morgan and explore the fictionalized U.S. Wild West. Red Dead Redemption 2 is also a prequel to the original, which will prepare you for this game’s story. If you haven’t played the first game yet, then you’re in for a surprise by the time you wrap this game up.

There are a few other games added to the PS Now service this July 2021. Moving OutOlympic Games Tokyo 2020, and Nascar Heat 5 make their debut in the PS Now service. Meanwhile, the highly-popular God Of War also returns to the PS Now service this July 2021.