With a new month comes a refresh to the library for just about every cloud gaming platform. This week, Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now announced new additions for June as GeForce Now and Luna also added new titles. Here’s what you need to know.
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New Games on Xbox Game Pass and PlayStation Now — June 2021
Sony revealed that seven new games are coming to PlayStation Now during the month of June. All of the June additions are now available to PlayStation Now players as of June 1st, 2021.
- The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt — Game of the Year Edition
- Team Sonic Racing
- Sonic Mania
- Sonic Forces
- Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown
- Slay the Spire
- Car Mechanic Simulator
Some of these June additions will only be on PlayStation Now for a limited time. Virtua Fighter 5 leaves in just a month, on July 5, while Slay the Spire is available until December 6, 2021. The Witcher 3 also leaves on September 6, 2021.
Xbox Game Pass also announced new titles coming to the popular subscription, but we’re only going to talk about what’s available for cloud streaming here. New streaming games for June 2021 on Xbox Game Pass Ultimate include:
- The Wild at Heart (6/1)
- For Honor (6/3)
- Darkest Dungeon (6/10)
Titles leaving the Xbox Game Pass cloud collection in June include Night Call, West of Dead, Wizard of Legend, and Observation, all of which are leaving on June 15.
New on GeForce Now this week
Nvidia announced that a whopping 38 games will be added to its GeForce Now service over the course of June, 13 of which are arriving just this week. The latest additions include:
Amazon Luna adds Dirt Rally 2.0
Announced on Twitter, the latest game on Amazon Luna is Dirt Rally 2.0. The game is available now and comes as part of the Luna+ subscription channel. You can sign up for Luna here.
Rainbow Six Siege is adding better cloud support
Ubisoft announced this week that it would be bringing support for both cross-play and cross-progression to Rainbow Six Siege. This would allow cloud gaming platforms to play with PC players. Rainbow Six Seige is already available on Amazon Luna and was this week announced for Google Stadia.
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