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Rage 2, Injustice 2, and F1 2020 headline PlayStation Now’s latest additions

As October prepares to conclude in a flurry of socially distanced shrieks and spooks, Sony returns with another batch of additions to its PlayStation Now subscription service, this time including the likes of Rage 2, Injustice 2, and F1 2020.

Rage 2, of course, is Just Cause developer Avalanche Studios’ open-world take on id Software’s 2010 post-apocalyptic FPS. Avalanche’s neon-flecked sequel comes packed with “plenty of balls-to-the-wall action and beautifully distressed setpieces”, as Eurogamer contributor Vikki Blake put it in her review, even if its blandly implemented open-world lets the side down a little.

“Superficially, it clutters the map and makes it feel like you’ve plenty to do,” said Vikki, “but you’ll soon learn that they’re chiefly repetitive tasks and as satisfying as Rage 2’s combat is, it’s surprising how quickly it’ll grow stale – particularly as the vehicular combat isn’t quite as satisfying as the devastation of your shotgun.”

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As October prepares to conclude in a flurry of socially distanced shrieks and spooks, Sony returns with another batch of additions to its PlayStation Now subscription service, this time including the likes of Rage 2, Injustice 2, and F1 2020.

Rage 2, of course, is Just Cause developer Avalanche Studios’ open-world take on id Software’s 2010 post-apocalyptic FPS. Avalanche’s neon-flecked sequel comes packed with “plenty of balls-to-the-wall action and beautifully distressed setpieces”, as Eurogamer contributor Vikki Blake put it in her review, even if its blandly implemented open-world lets the side down a little.

“Superficially, it clutters the map and makes it feel like you’ve plenty to do,” said Vikki, “but you’ll soon learn that they’re chiefly repetitive tasks and as satisfying as Rage 2’s combat is, it’s surprising how quickly it’ll grow stale – particularly as the vehicular combat isn’t quite as satisfying as the devastation of your shotgun.”

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