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PlayStation Now Adds Jump Force and Streets of Rage 4

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Some games that involve beating up opponents are all heading to PlayStation Now in May 2021. The PlayStation Blog updated with the May 4, 2021 additions. That’s what Jump Force, Streets of Rage 4, and the original Nioh will join the PlayStation Now service.

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In the case of two games, the additions come as new add-ons showed up. For example, Jump Force added JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures’ Giorno Giovanna in April 2021. Streets of Rage 4 will get Mr. X Nightmare DLC that makes characters like Estel Aguirre and Max Thunder playable.

However, some of these PlayStation Now additions already have expiration dates. Jump Force will only be available until August 2, 2021. Streets of Rage 4 will leave the service on November 1, 2021. Nioh doesn’t have any expiration date yet

The announcement also included an update on resolutions. Depending on where you live, you might be able to stream in 1080p. However, it could also take “several weeks” for the option to appear for subscribers depending on where they live.

PlayStation Now is available on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC. The subscription service costs $9.99 per month. However, there are also plans that cost $24.99 for three months and $59.99 for a year. Jump Force, Nioh, and Streets of Rage 4 will join PlayStation Now on May 4, 2021.

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