For the month of October, Sony has added five new titles to its PlayStation Now streaming service. Fittingly, most of the games for this month have a horror theme or are set in a post-apocalyptic landscape.
Days Gone is one of the titles and is an open-world survival horror game. It’s set in post-apocalyptic Oregon where protagonist Deacon St. John has to fight humans and monsters alike in order to find his wife. MediEvil is a hack-and-slash video game featuring an inept knight mistakenly resurrected and who now needs to defend the medieval kingdom of Gallowmere. Friday the 13th: The Game is a multiplayer game and can host up to seven people. One person will be randomly selected to take on the role of Jason Vorhees and have the objective to kill other players. The rest will play as Camp Crystal Lake counselors who need to elude the murderer and escape.
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince is a 2.5D puzzle platformer game with both offline and online co-op modes. Players have control over a wizard, thief, and a knight, and will need their different abilities to complete puzzles. Rad is yet another title set in an apocalypse. It’s a rogue-like game with 1980s aesthetics and follows a teenager exploring a wasteland for necessities.