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Rage 2, Injustice 2, F1 2020 Headline PlayStation Now Latest Additions • Eurogamer.net

As October prepares to end with a socially distant scream and eerie, Sony is back with another batch added to its PlayStation Now subscription service. This time around, Rage 2, Injustice 2, F1 2020 and more are included.

Of course, Rage 2 is id Software’s 2010 post-apocalyptic FPS in the open world of Just Cause developer Avalanche Studios. Avalanche’s neon-studded sequel is packed with “a lot of wall-to-wall action and beautifully distressed set pieces,” as Eurogamer contributor Vikki Blake said in a review. ..

“On the surface, it feels like the map is cluttered and there’s a lot to do,” says Vikki. “But it’s easy to see that they’re mostly repetitive tasks and as satisfying as Rage 2 combat. It’s amazingly fast. Especially vehicle combat is as satisfying as a shotgun devastation. It’s not a thing, so it will be old. “

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However, Injustice 2 marries the impressive roster of DC Universe superheroes and villains, from Mortal Kombat developer Nether Realm’s considerable fighting game expertise and from Batman and Superman to fairly vague additions. And even more ambitious and substantial winners. , The sequel.

“Injustice 2 is a lot of fun,” Wesley Inpol said in a 2017 recommended review: .. in short, [it’s] It’s a complete fighting game package and we hope other developers in this genre will pay attention to it. “

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For F1 2020, as Eurogamer’s Martin Robinson said, it’s another Eurogamer-recommended title featuring “some of the best single-player racing actions.”

“Codemasters’ F1 series has become more and more powerful, and F1 2020 is all in one,” Martin concluded earlier this year. “It’s an open-armed, nervous spec with dynamic weather and evolving tracks. A list of features that should be the envy of other console racers like Forza and Gran Turismo-and above all, it’s a lot of fun. “

But that’s not all for PlayStation Now. Colorful farming and village life simulation My Time at Portia is available today in addition to the above, and two more additions-Medieval Action-RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance and a great collaborative fantasy hitter Warhammer: Vermintide2 -Will arrive on Tuesday the 3rd November.

https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2020-10-30-rage-2-injustice-2-and-f1-2020-headline-playstation-nows-latest-additions

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