September 2021’s PlayStation Now lineup is headlined by the likes of Tekken 7 and the original Final Fantasy VII. This month’s arrivals to the PlayStation streaming service were previously outed in a leak that made the rounds over the weekend.
It’s worth noting that two major titles are also leaving the service today, September 6. Said experiences include The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which joined three months ago on June 1, and Saber Interactive’s World War Z – the latter came to PS Now earlier this year with the March lineup. PS Now’s various offerings over the last several months have been nothing short of impressive. In addition to World War Z, for example, the March entries brought Ace Combat 7 and Infamous: Second Son to the platform. Three different Sonic the Hedgehog games entered the mix in honor of the brand’s 30th anniversary in June. Plus, heavy-hitters such as Red Dead Redemption 2 and Judgement led the charge for the July selection, which additionally included God of War (2018), Nioh 2, and others.
The leaks were correct, Tekken 7 will indeed headline PlayStation Now’s September 2021 lineup alongside the original Final Fantasy VII, according to the PlayStation Blog. Tekken 7 hits the service on Tuesday, September 7, and will remain available until February 28, 2022. 1997’s Final Fantasy 7 lands on the same day, along with Killing Floor 2, Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Definitive Edition, Ghost of a Tale, Moonlighter, and Windbound – these six titles will stick around for an indefinite period of time.
As many may be well aware, Final Fantasy VII counts as the first of five classic Final Fantasy games coming to PS Now in the coming months. Through January 2022, PS Now subscribers will gain access to FF8, FF9, FF10/10-2, and FF12, PlayStation revealed last week.
While the wait for the other four Final Fantasy adventures persists, PlayStation Now members can explore the thrills of battle in fighting game Tekken 7. Of course, the original Final Fantasy VII awaits, as does indie action RPG Ghost of a Tale. Survivor game Windbound allows players to explore land and sea, while Moonlighter offers another action RPG complete with rogue-lite elements. Those looking for a different type of role-playing title can jump into the isometric world of Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Definitive Edition. And Killing Floor 2 should give first-person shooter fans plenty to sink their teeth into.
Source: PlayStation Blog