In a post on the PlayStation Blog, the lineup of games on offer for PS Now subscribers during the month of October were revealed. Leading the pack is the critically acclaimed sequel to The Last of Us, The Last of Us Part II.

In addition to The Last of Us Part II, PS Now subscribers can also look forward to a fun horror collection that's perfect for October with the Amnesia: Collection.

PS Now Lineup For October Features The Last of Us Part II 



The PS Now lineup for October has been revealed, and features a smorgasbord of exciting games to enjoy. As previously mentioned, The Last of Us Part II is on the list alongside the Amnesia: Collection. Other games on offer include Fallout 76 and Final Fantasy VIII Remastered.

Below, you’ll find the full list of games being added to PS Now in October.

  • The Last of Us Part II

  • Fallout 76

  • Desperados III

  • Amnesia: Collection

  • Final Fantasy VIII Remastered 

  • Yet Another Zombie Defense

  • Victor Vran: Overkill Edition

All seven of these games will be available to PS Now subscribers starting October 5. If you aren’t a PS Now subscriber and are wondering what PS Now is all about, it’s a subscription service where you can gain access to hundreds of different games on PlayStation consoles. 

According to the page for PS Now, subscribers have access to a variety of PlayStation games including PS2, PS3, and PS4 games on platforms including PS5, PS4, and Windows PC.

The length of time each game is available on PS Now varies, with October’s lineup not specifying when they’ll be removed save for The Last of Us Part II which is noted to be available until Monday, January 3, 2022. 

More information on each of the games available as part of October’s PS Now lineup can be found in the full PS Blog post. After checking out October’s PS Now lineup, what are your thoughts?

Are you excited to see games like The Last of Us Part II on there? Were you hoping for some other horror games to make the list? Let us know in the comments below, or on our social media channels including Facebook and Twitter

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