Time for the Final Fantasy XV PlayStation Now debut! As part of the September 2020 lineup, the Square Enix RPG is a part of the on-demand streaming catalog. Subscribers won’t have access to it forever, though. The PlayStation Blog pointed out it will only be available through the service until March 1, 2021. But, on the plus side, it will be available in North America, Europe, and Japan until that day.
Final Fantasy XV is only one of two major games added to the service. Resident Evil VII will be available for people to play too. Its time on PlayStation Now is even more limited though, as it will only be available in all regions until November 30, 2020. The other two inclusions are Observation and WWE 2K19, both of which don’t have expiration dates.
While the Final Fantasy XV PlayStation Now debut is exciting, the game has already appeared via one of these subscription streaming services before. Earlier in 2020, it showed up on Xbox Game Pass. (Other Final Fantasy games, such as Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy XI, have followed it there since.)
Both Final Fantasy XV and Resident Evil 7 are on PlayStation Now for a limited time. A one month subscription is $9.99, while it is $24.99 for three months and $59.99 for a year.