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PS4 News: Stream Games to PC; 'Two for One' Deals, 'ARK Survival Evolved' Update, and More!


Sony is betting big by launching more games and deals for PS4 owners. From price cuts to "ARK Survival Evolved update - here's the latest news on PS4!

PS4 and PS Vita deals

"Batman Arkham Knight" is now $6 as for the deluxe edition on PS3, it sells for $10. "Arkham Origins" is down to $8 on PS Vita.

Sony also reveals six titles launch with 20 percent pre-order discount for PlayStation Plus members. Gamespot learned that "Lego Batman" is now $6 for all consoles. "Persona 4" for PS3 sells for $5 whereas "Rise of the Tomb Raider" price drops to $30.

PlayStation Store deals

PlayStation's official store launches a new deal that lets players to buy two games with a price of one. The deal starts March 14 and ends April 11.

The 'Two for One' deal costs $20 and requires no promotion code but only eligible for one time transaction. Some of the popular titles include "Firewatch", "The Escapists", "Primal Carnage: Extinction", and "Assault Suit Leynos".

PlayStation Now streaming service

Sony announced that soon gamers will be able to play PS4 titles on their PC. There will be limited games rolled out in the first few weeks but the company promised a whole lot more to come. Currently, players can stream PS3 games to the PC or PS4 console and according to BBC, there's still lack of detail on which titles will initially be available for the streaming service.

"ARK Survival Evolved" update

The game update will rollout to Xbox One and PS4 this week. Express reported that there's been a delay due to Sony and Microsoft certification issue that Studio Wildcard is currently fixing. As for the Xbox One version, the company said that the download requires huge space due to the massive update to XDK. Stay tuned for more update on PS4!

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