Sony Interactive Entertainment announced.

The new titles added to the library this month are a good collection of four PS3 classics such as  Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas and nine PS4 games such as Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut  and a brand new RTS game, Grand Ages: Medieval.

Here’s the full list below:

PS3 games:

PS4 games:

  • Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut
  • Blue Estate
  • Grand Ages: Medieval
  • Actual Pool
  • Pure Hold’em World Poker Championship
  • Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments
  • Air Conflict: Pacific Carriers
  • Titan Attacks!
  • Tour De France 2016

Have a look at the preview below to catch a glimpse of gameplay from the titles that are headlining.

Along with the month name show, PlayStation noted that the names below were widely used in August last month over the service.

  • Red Dead Redemption
  • WWE 2K16
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Mafia II
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us
  • LEGO Batman 3 Beyond Gotham
  • The Last of Us
  • Payday 2
  • NBA 2K14
  • God of War 3 Remastered

PlayStation now is providing the streaming support to brand new subscribers at the U.S. just for $9.99 plus a 12 month subscription for $99.99. Both supplies are only available until September 22, 2017. Side note, signing up for the 7-day free trial will transition to the normal monthly subscription ($19.99). Therefore the $9.99 introductory offer will need to be bought individually.

PlayStation Today enables access to the growing library which includes over 500 PS4 and PS3 games, no download needed. Come September 5, the support will be completely available on PS4 and PC as other PlayStation apparatus will no longer be supported.

Since the games library continues to grow, the August update added hot developments and you also could get your hands on those titles.

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