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Get eight new fighting games on PlayStation Now. PlayStation Blog

Ready to go on a rumble? Sony is letting fans get their war freak on, as eight fighting titles are landing on the PlayStation Now service.

The eight new titles include “WWE 2K15,” “Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator,” “Dead or Alive 5: Last Round.” “Deadliest Warrior: The Game,” “Deadliest Warrior: Legends,” “Bellator MMA Onslaught,” “Arcana Heart 3: Love Max!!” and “BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend," as announced via the PlayStation Blog.

For those who still need swaying, the PlayStation Now also features other fighter titles released earlier this year. Among these are “Injustice Gods Among Us” Ultimate Edition, an onslaught of “Street Fighter” titles and “Skullgirls,” to name a few. The video below shows off all of the action for the games.

The titles are a mix of 2D fighting titles, MMA fighting, warrior-centric fights and more. To get fans started, Sony is offering a last chance to avail of the summer discount for the PlayStation Now.

Ending on July 11, the offer will give the limited offer of a 33 percent discount for three months. This will offer three months’ worth of the PS Now at only US$29.99. Note that this offer is available only for PS4 users in the U.S. and Canada. There’s still time to see if the PS Now is worth it. The seven-day free trial is still available to get access to over 400 games via the PS Now library.

For PS4 players who want dabble in other genres, there are a couple of new titles dropping in this week. The array of titles spans the likes of mecha robot fights and RPGs to sword-fighting and an isometric platformer. Out early this month, these games are among those that PS4 players may want to check out: “The Banner Saga 2,” “Carmageddon: Max Damage,” “Energy Hook,” “Furi,” “Hawken,” “Lost Sea,” “Lumo” and “Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII.”

The “Rocket League: Collector’s Edition” is also launching this month, while fans of the “Metal Slug Anthology” will also debut as a digital download.

PlayStation Now 8 new games (Credit: YouTube/PlayStation)