As expected, Shadow Warrior 3 is part of the wave of titles joining PS Now in March. Other additions include Crysis Remastered and two other apps.
While we were already aware of part of PS Now March 2022, the PS Blog has just lifted the veil on the full line-up awaiting subscribers. The program offers three first-person games, in different genres, as well as a narrative investigation title with chickens.
What’s new in March 2022
- Shadow Warrior 3 ( until July 4, 2022 )
Belonging to the FAST-FPS school, Shadow Warrior 3 calls Lo Wang back to capture a dragon that has run away. With his weapons and powers, our hero will explore various environments with Japanese influence, destroying everything that moves. Note that this component includes PlayStation Now as soon as it is released (March 1, 2022).
- Crysis Remastered
Crytek’s game, famous for its technique, tried its hand at a 2020 comeback on modern consoles. Apart from the graphic update, we still embody a Nomad super soldier and his extremely powerful suit. It will not be too much to thwart the onslaught of extraterrestrials who have come to disrupt our mission.
In this third first-person game, you have to use your brain to solve physics-based puzzles.
Play as a scientist stuck on a spooky, abandoned moon base. Traverse enigmatic terraformed craters by bending gravity and magnetism to your will to solve physical puzzles. Will you rush headlong for cover or will you take the time to gather clues and uncover the conspiracies of 22nd century orbital politics? Buried in the eternal darkness of the lunar craters, a secret could save your daughter’s life… or change the fate of humanity forever.
- Chicken Police – Paint it Red !
The Wild Gentlemen and Handygames offer a detective adventure software with chickens, cats, and other animals. Sonny Featherland and Marty MacChicken, two former cops, come out of retirement to experience the strangest case of their careers.
Yes, the cloud gaming service may be living its last moments. As we were talking about, it will undoubtedly merge with the PS Plus in the coming weeks, the famous Project Spartacus. This “Ultimate” subscription would have several prices offers with more or less important and above all new advantages compared to the current separate formulas.