• Three games headline the offerings for Sony's PlayStation Now subscription service this August
  • Aside from "Hitman 2," "GreedFall," and "Dead Cells," other titles will be arriving on the service within the month
  • "The Sinking City," "AO Tennis 2," and "Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid" are among the games still to have release dates on PlayStation Now

Three games headline a hefty amount of games headed to Sony’s PlayStation Now subscription service in August.

IO Interactive developed the globe-hopping stealth title “Hitman 2” that was first released in 2018. Hired assassin Agent 47 returns to fulfill his duties with the International Contract Agency (ICA) traveling to various locations around the world to eliminate high-profile criminal targets.

In “GreedFall,” you have an action role-playing game set in a 17th century-styled fantasy setting developed by Spiders and published by Focus Home Interactive. “GreedFall” packs an enjoyable heap of characters, classes, and side-quests into an experience reminiscent of BioWare's much-loved genre efforts.

Released on various platforms including the PlayStation 4 in 2018 is Motion Twin's critically acclaimed rogue-like platformer “Dead Cells.” In the game, the player takes the role of a slime-like creature that takes control of a corpse in a dungeon, through which they must fight their way out.

All three titles are available from today on PlayStation Now, and Sony notes that both “Hitman 2” and “Dead Cells” will remain on the service until February 1 next year, Eurogamer reports.

That’s not the end though as far as August releases go for Sony on PlayStation Now. The subscription service will also be adding Frogwares' Lovecraftian detective mystery “The Sinking City,” “Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid,” “AO Tennis 2,” “Pure Farming 18,” “WRC 8,” and “Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr.”

Set in the fictional city of Oakmont, Massachusetts during the 1920s, “The Sinking City” follows private investigator and war veteran Charles W. Reed as he searches for clues to the cause of the terrifying visions plaguing him, and becomes embroiled in the mystery of Oakmont's unrelenting flooding.

“Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid” sees the Power Rangers among the characters competing in battle using different fighting styles and special attacks. Players select teams of three characters to engage in one-on-one combat and can choose to switch between them at any point during the match.

Just released this past January, “AO Tennis 2” holds the official license of the tennis Grand Slam known as the Australian Open. Developed and published by Big Ant Studios, it’s a straight-up tennis game featuring some of the world’s best tennis players including Rafael Nadal, Ashleigh Barty, and Stan Wawrinka.

Eurogamer notes that although there are no dates so far on when these games will be arriving on PlayStation Now, their website and social media channels will more than likely be making any announcements about them when they are ready to drop.

IO Interactive has announced new content arriving for "Hitman" in August. IO Interactive