Today’s PlayStation Now offerings include Shadow Warrior 3

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Sony steps it up for subscription service

It’s a brand new month, and that means a refresh for Sony’s game streaming service PlayStation Now — March’s offerings are something a little special, however, as they include a pretty meaty release in the form of Flying Wild Hog’s bombastic shooter Shadow Warrior 3which celebrates its launch day today.

It is the first time in some time (ever?) that a big release title has launched on the PS Now service alongside its release on PlayStation, PC, and Xbox platforms. The decision to launch Shadow Warrior 3 on the paid subscription service is being seen by some as a Sony effort to present more bang for your buck, especially when stood against Microsoft’s excellent Xbox Game Pass service, which frequently welcomes brand new titles during their initial launch periods.

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Rumors still persist that Sony is working on overhauling its subscription services altogether, phasing out PlayStation Now, and launching an improved PlayStation Plus service that will include access to a library of new and classic releases. Allegedly codenamed “Spartacus,” the service is supposedly scheduled to launch later this year, offering a tiered price system to its users in exchange for access to a library of titles, along with online play and the usual PlayStation Plus freebies.

Shadow Warrior 3, Crysis Remastered, Chicken Police — Paint it Red, other relicta all join PlayStation Now today.

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