Over 100 new games will be available to play on the PS4. All that players need to do to access this content is to subscribe to the streaming-service PlayStation Now.

Sony has now pushed the count of the collection of games in the PlayStation Now to 250, in time to match Microsoft’s push for its New Xbox One Experience November update, which brings backward compatibility to the Xbox One.

Leading the pack of games are titles from Capcom. Six “Resident Evil” titles are offered, including “Resident Evil 6,” “Resident Evil 5: Gold Edition” and “Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles” to celebrate the remainder of Halloween month. To prepare for the upcoming “Street Fighter V,” PlayStation Now also features four titles from the series, including “Ultra Street Fighter 4,” “Street Fighter 3 Third-Strike Online Edition,” “Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix” and “Super Puzzler Fighter II Turbo HD Remix.”

Finally, there is a mix of old and new Capcom titles to choose from. “Mega Man 10” brings back the 8-bit graphics gaming while “Strider” brings the nostalgic appeal of ninjas in a dystopian wasteland. Newer titles from the publisher include “Lost Planet 3,” “Dead Rising 2” and “Asura’s Wrath,” among others.

Beyond Capcom, there is a variety of titles for players to choose from, detailed over at the PlayStation Blog. Puzzler fans can enjoy the likes of “Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments,” “Jeopardy” and “Stealth Inc.: A Clone in the Dark.” Shooter titles include “Red Faction Battleground,” “Sniper Ghost Warrior and “Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon.” Some RPG games are also in the list, such as “ArcaniA: The Complete Tale” and “Ragnarok Odyssey Ace.”

Some other genres that players can dabble into with the PlayStation Now include racing games, fighter games, indie titles and classic fares. For those who want to see if a subscription to the PlayStation Now is worth it, there is a seven-day free trial that newcomers to the service can try.

Alongside the reveal of the additional 105 games for PlayStation Now, Sony also showcased the in-ear headset for the PS4. According to DualShockers, the PS4 will get the new kind of headset on Dec. 4. Some of the features of the new headset include a built-in microphone and AutoShield, which is a feature that reduces noise.

The PS4 in-ear headset has a rechargeable battery that’s solely meant for the noise-reducing technology. The device is compatible with the PS4, the PS Vita and other smart devices. Australia, New Zealand, Europe and other areas will get the in-ear headset for €89.99 (approx. AU$137).

PS4 in-ear headset trailer (Credit: YouTube/sonyplaystation)

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