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PS Now: February games, including a Rockstar classic, revealed

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Starting tomorrow, tuesday february 1the PS Now will host its monthly new games.

Alongside the Rockstar title, we will also count on the presence of a strategy game, another of management and a last focused on a multiplayer experience. Here is the full list:

Little Big Workshop

Play as an entrepreneur at the head of his own toy factory. Organize your factory, manage your workers, buy machines and develop efficient production lines within the given time and meeting the requirements of your customers. Go from a modest workshop to a gigantic factory. Unlock sophisticated machines, add crafting methods and expand your crafting area. Soon you’ll be managing multiple production lines, building hundreds of products every day, and watching with satisfaction as your little employees get their hands dirty.

Through the Darkest of Times

In this historical strategy game focused on resistance, you lead a small group of resistance fighters in Berlin in 1933. Your objective is to thwart the plans of the regime by distributing leaflets to warn people of what really Nazis, painting messages on the walls, playing saboteurs, seeking information and recruiting other members. You will have to operate in the shadows: if the forces of the regime were to learn of the existence of your group, the lives of its members would be threatened.

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Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – The Definitive Edition

Play the classic of the genre, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, brought up to date for a new generation of gamers. The title now features general improvements including lighting and environments, high-resolution textures, increased draw distances, and Grand Theft Auto V-style controls and targeting. fans, more detailed than ever.

Death Squared

Team up with a loved one, a group of friends or even the whole family and guide teams of two or four robots through increasingly complex levels to their color-coded objectives. But beware! The levels are strewn with deadly traps that will send the automatons straight into the great air dump. To progress, players will need to work together to navigate each level through trial and error in order to survive and reach their goal. Along with the two-player story mode, Death Squared features chaotic challenges designed specifically for groups of four. It’s also possible to enjoy the two-player story mode solo, and two players can attempt to complete the “party mayhem” challenges by controlling two robots using one controller.

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