It’s time to get in the ghostly spirit of this spooky season, and I can’t think of a better way to do it than playing some creeptacular videogames. If you’re playing on PC, you’ve got no end of wonderful selections, from the likes of Amnesia and myriad more obscure indie frightfests all the way up to giant titles like Resident Evil 7.
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But what if you wanted a choose-your-own-adventure on 80s teen slasher flicks? Until now Until Dawn has remained exclusively the territory of those who’ve invested in a PlayStation 4, but now the horror title is about to be playable on PC thanks to Sony’s streaming service PS Now.
Until Dawn is the headliner for the most recent selection of games making it to the service, and for good reason. It’s not perfect, but it is a loveably cheesy combination of horror tropes and gore that’s perfect for October gaming.
The remainder of the picks are pretty good, but most of them are already available natively on PC, like Dead Island, SOMA, and the charmingly terrible Deadly Premonition. You will have the chance to play the Sony-exclusive David Cage maybe-opus of Beyond: Two Souls, though.
This update comes via PlayStation UK, but typically the worldwide divisions are pretty quick to follow up and confirm the same PS Now titles for their own territories. In the meantime, you can check out the full PS Now line at the official site.