PS Now September 2021: All games revealed

Alec Mullins
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PS Now is preparing for a monthly update, so what’s new on PlayStation’s streaming service? 

The last few months have been huge for Sony’s alternative to the Xbox Games Pass. The arrival of titles like Nier: Automata and Red Dead Redemption 2 has fans riled up in anticipation of the PS Now September update.

While there’s been a delay in announcing exactly what titles are coming for PS Now, we do have some educated guesses about Sony’s plans for September’s PS Plus free games.

New PS Now games confirmed

This month, PlayStation Now is adding the following as of September 7, as per the PlayStation Blog.

Tekken 7

Discover the epic conclusion of the Mishima clan and unravel the reasons behind each step of their ceaseless fight. Tekken 7 features stunning story-driven cinematic battles and intense duels that can be enjoyed with friends and rivals alike through innovative fight mechanics. Love, Revenge, Pride. Everyone has a reason to fight. Values are what define us and make us human, regardless of our strengths and weaknesses. There are no wrong motivations, just the path we choose to take.

Killing Floor 2

Combat vicious threats solo, or team up online in this first-person shooter. A failed experiment has given rise to monstrous creations that have torn through Europe. With governments collapsing, volunteers and mercenaries have banded together to protect the populace from the growing bio-threat,called Zeds, heading into hot zones to wipe them out and save civilization. 

Final Fantasy VII

Relive the original version of the RPG classic that revolutionised the genre. Our adventure begins when a cold-hearted mercenary named Cloud Strife is hired to take part in a series of raids on ‘Mako’ energy reactors which his eco-warrior employers believe are draining the planet’s life-force. In the chaos that ensues, Cloud will make a discovery that will change his life, and the world, forever. 


Shipwrecked alone on an uncharted island, explore, adapt and navigate the land and perilous seas to stay alive. Scavenge the islands’ untamed terrain for resources that you can use to craft a full range of tools and weapons to hunt wildlife and upgrade your boat. Carefully craft your own custom sailing vessel to take on the treacherous waters, traversing from one island to the next. Design your boat to battle tempestuous winds, monstrous waves, and deadly sea creatures.

Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Definitive Edition

Explore and conquer with your party the Stolen Lands of Golarion, a world rich with history, mystery and conflict featuring real-time combat or optional turn-based fights in this single-player RPG.  Expand your Kingdom, build new towns and community. Conquer new regions and claim them as yours, Create heroes and customise your character choosing from more than 1000 different abilities, skills, and feats.


Moonlighter is an action RPG with rogue-lite elements following the everyday routines of Will, an adventurous shopkeeper that dreams of becoming a hero. His village Rynoka sits at the site of an ancient set of Gates, which lead to different realms and dimensions. Adventure into them, battling monsters and bringing back loot and treasures to outfit your shop and restore your hometown.

When will September’s PS Now games be announced?

Santa Monica Studio - God of War
Sony Interactive Entertainment
2018’s God of War marked the first new entry in the series since God of War: Ascension in 2013.

The new PS Now games typically launch during the first week of the month, and we expect that trend to continue.  It’s worth noting that CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher 3 will be leaving the service on September 6, so that may clue us in as to the arrival date of the new games as well. While we may not know exactly what’s coming, new titles in past months have included major releases such as God of War, indie-darling Undertale, and Guerilla Games’ Horizon Zero Dawn.

How to join PS Now

If you want to take advantage of these games while they’re available, here’s what you need to do.

  1. On the home screen of your PlayStation console, scroll over to your Library on the far right side and open it
  2. Scroll down to Applications and find PS Now. You’ll be able to browse the available titles without paying for a subscription.
  3. If you find something you like, click on it. This should bring up the appropriate payment form and prompt.

All of these new additions, combined with the unparalleled library of classic titles make PS Now a better deal every single month!