Marvel’s Spider-Man, Just Cause 4, And The Golf Club 2019 Confirmed As April’s PlayStation Now Games

Marvel’s Spider-Man, Just Cause 4, And The Golf Club 2019 Confirmed As April’s PlayStation Now Games
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On Monday, and advertisement on a French website seemingly leaked Sony’s April lineup for PlayStation Now in advance, as the ad showed that Marvel’s Spider-Man, Just Cause 4, and The Golf Club 2019 are set to join the service this month. Now, Sony has confirmed that all three of the aforementioned games are going to be added to PS Now this month, as games like Horizon Zero Dawn and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy are leaving the service.

Marvel’s Spider-Man, which was released on the PlayStation 4 back in September of 2018, as Insomniac Games put players in control of a more experienced Peter Parker. In it, the game’s lead protagonist will have access to all the abilities he’s known for, and he’ll also have to deal with elements that haven’t been seen before in a Spider-Man video game.

Over on Metacritic, Marvel’s Spider-Man has an average critic score of 87 (110 positive reviews, 6 mixed reviews), and an 8.6 user score, with just over 1,000 of them being positive, 96 being mixed, and 59 being negative. In total, the game should take players between 20 and 30 hours to complete.

Just Cause 4 was released back in December of 2018, as longtime series protagonist Rico Rodriguez attempts to topple The Black Hand, who is a high-tech private military organization based in South America. Like with the game’s previous entries, players will have access to an instantly-deployable wingsuit, a fully-customizable grappling hook, a growing arsenal of weapons, and the ability to drive or pilot.

Unlike with Marvel’s Spider-Man, Just Cause 4 wasn’t universally praised, as most of its reviews were either mixed or unfavorable. On Metacritic, the average critic score is 65, with most of them being mixed. The average user score is 5.0, with most of the reviews being either bad or mixed.

The Golf Club 2019, which is the series’ third entry, and the first to feature the PGA Tour, was released back in 2018, and it’s the best entry in the series so far. Now that the game officially features elements from the PGA, players will be able to compete on official courses like TPC Scottsdale or TPC Sawgrass. Moreover, the game features one of the most robust course customization suites that’s ever been featured in a golf game.

HB Studios Multimedia’s latest golf game was pretty well-received after being released, with most of its reviews on Metacritic being positive or mixed.

All three of the aforementioned titles should currently be available to download and stream via PlayStation Now.