PlayStation Now February 2022 Games Include GTA: Vice City Remaster

PlayStation Now

PlayStation may be in the headlines for its big Bungie purchase (and potentially more) for the time being, but the company is also in the midst of bringing new titles to the PlayStation Now subscription service. In a similar manner to Xbox Game Pass, PS Now allows players to cloud-stream over 800 titles from the console’s past three generations, with over 300 PS2 and PS4 games also supporting the option to download and play locally.

With the arrival of a new month, PlayStation Now has premiered the next batch of games available on the service, confirming four new games in all. Of the bunch, Little Big Workshop sees players build and operate their own cutesy factory, Through the Darkest of Times is an animated chronicle of resistance in 1930s Berlin, and Death Squared is a robot-driven puzzler with several multiplayer-friendly modes.

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Lastly, the arguable highlight of the PS Now games for February is Rockstar Games’ Grand Theft Auto: Vice City remaster, which recently made waves for its problem-filled launch. Despite a wealth of promised fixes for the game, it appears, PS Now users won’t actually have long to build their 80s-vibe criminal empire. While the majority of new PlayStation Now games are made available on an “ongoing ” basis, the Vice City remaster is only confirmed to be listed on the service for two months – leaving on May 2nd.

A rundown of the latest and leaving PlayStation Now games can be viewed below.

PlayStation Now February 2022 Games

  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – The Definitive Edition (Available until May 2nd)
    • Play the genre-defining classic of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City updated for a new generation, now featuring across-the-board enhancements including brilliant new lighting and environmental upgrades, high-resolution textures, increased draw distances, Grand Theft Auto V-style controls and targeting, and much more, bringing this beloved world to life with all new levels of detail.

  • Little Big Workshop
    • Play a factory tycoon in charge of your very own tabletop factory. Organize the factory floor, manage your workers, purchase machinery, and design efficient production lines – all within the time-limit and to your client’s satisfaction. Start out with just a small workshop and expand to a desk-filling factory. Unlock ever fancier machines, add even more production methods, and most of all, more room. Soon enough you’ll be running multiple production lines, producing hundreds of advanced products each day, and watching with joy as your cute workers do the actual work.

  • Through the Darkest of Times
    • You are the leader of a small resistance group in 1933’s Berlin in this historical resistance strategy game. Your goal is to deal with small blows to the regime – dropping leaflets to spread awareness about what the Nazis are really up to among the people, painting messages on walls, sabotaging, gathering information and recruiting more followers. And all of that while staying undercover – if the regime’s forces learn about your group, the life of each member is in grave danger.

  • Death Squared
    • Get together with a loved one, a group of friends or even the whole family and guide teams of two or four robots through increasingly-complex levels to their color-coded goals. But beware! The path through each level is littered with cunning death traps that quickly send the automatons to the big scrapyard in the sky. To progress, players must work together to learn each stage through trial and error, putting newly-gained knowledge into action to survive and succeed.

What do you think? Are you excited about the next games coming to PlayStation Now, or bummed the GTA Vice City remaster will only be around for a short while? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day!​

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Phone-browsing Wikipedia in one hand and clutching his trusty controller in the other, the legendary Eric Hall spreads his wealth of knowledge as a writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. Be sure to catch his biweekly "Throwback Thursday" segment for a nostalgic look at trivia from the past.


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