PlayStation Now Adds GTA III, Final Fantasy X, More in December

Sony’s rival to Game Pass adds some high-profile titles for the end of the year.

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Sony has announced the newest crop of titles they’ll be adding to their PlayStation Now subscription service in December.

On December 7th, subscribers will be able to play Grand Theft Auto III: The Definitive Edition, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, John Wick Hex, and Spitlings.

It’s worth noting that Sony is including the Definitive Edition version of Grand Theft Auto III, as Rockstar’s recently released remaster of Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas was met with critical lambasting at its buggy performance and shoddy final product. Still, if players don’t want to shell out for the full trilogy, being able to dip their toes in with just the remastered GTA III might be a good way to determine how much jankiness a player can abide.

Sony is reportedly planning a more comprehensive subscription service to compete with rival Microsoft’s successful Xbox Game Pass service. The program, reportedly codenamed Spartacus, will offer up three tiers of membership, with free streaming/downloadable games in line with PlayStation Now/PlayStation Plus on certain tiers, and the highest tier expanding to include older games from previous PlayStation consoles.

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