Horizon Zero Dawn, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and Overcooked 2! coming to PlayStation Now in the new year

Sony are planning to start 2020 with a bang, adding three big hitters to their PlayStation Now subscription service. As of Thursday 2nd January 2020, PS Now subscribers will be able to play Horizon Zero Dawn, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and Overcooked! 2 through Sony’s subscription service for a limited time.

Horizon Zero Dawn is an “exhilarating blockbuster action-RPG” which launched for the PS4 back in 2017 to a strong critical reception. You take on the role of “skilled hunter Aloy as you explore a lush world inhabited by mysterious mechanized creatures”. Horizon Zero Dawn’s presence on the PS Now service will be complete with The Frozen Wilds expansion and additional in-game bonus content.

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a standalone expansion to Uncharted 4 and the first game in the series not to feature usual protagonist Nathan Drake; instead, players take on the role of Chloe Frazer “on her journey to recover an ancient artifact and keep it out of the hands of a ruthless warmonger”, specifically sending her to India’s Western Ghats on a quest to retrieve the Golden Tusk of Ganesh. Also releasing to positive reviews in 2017, The Lost Legacy will also include access to Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Multiplayer and Survival modes. If you prefer cooking to adventuring then you’ll be glad to hear that classic couch co-op caper Overcooked! 2 will also be available for all of your multiplayer mayhem needs.

It’s worth noting that according to Sony’s blog post on the matter, Horizon Zero Dawn and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy will be available until Tuesday 7th April 2020. If you don’t already subscribe to PlayStation Now then you can currently grab a seven-day free trial, granting you access to more than 800 games across PS4, PS3, and PS2, including the likes of PUBG, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, and Formula 1 2019, all of which were added last month and are available until Monday 2nd March 2020. After your free trial you’ll have to pay £8.99/$9.99 a month or £49.99/$59.99 a year, after Sony slashed the services prices back in October.

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