One of them joins the service after leaving a competitor, which makes the situation somewhat unusual.
Sony Interactive Entertainment announced on the PlayStation Blog what the streaming service is going to get in June, and the games should already be on PlayStation Now, as the update is set to happen on June 1.
Car Mechanic Simulator (by PlayWay; we’ll mention the publisher in brackets) is exactly what you would think it is. Slay The Spire (Humble Games) is a roguelike with cards, available on the service until December 6 (if we don’t mention a date, it is because Sony did not enclose a removal day!), followed by no less than three Sonic games, namely Sonic Forces, Sonic Mania, and Team Sonic Racing (all three published by SEGA).
There’s a fourth SEGA game on the list, namely Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown. We have already discussed this game in detail before, and it’s also available on the PlayStation Plus in both June and July (in short, it’s the 2006 fighting game on the Yakuza engine called Dragon Engine). Then, the final game by CD Projekt RED (who will be in the news later today) is The Witcher 3: Game of the Year Edition, which has recently left the competitor (even though Sony and Microsoft work jointly on streaming technologies), Xbox Game Pass. However, this game will only be on PlayStation Now until September 6.
So we have these seven games as new additions to the service, and SEGA takes no less than four spots (and three of the four is related to this blue hedgehog), two titles are more of an indie game, and the seventh one is something you could have found in the past for discount prices, even on console, as The Witcher 3 launched in 2015…