First revealed back in March, PlayStation 4 games have finally arrived on Sony's PlayStation Now cloud service and are available to play on Windows PC.

Sony announced the news with a YouTube highlights of the initial releases. There are 20 in total — including Killzone Shadow Fall, WWE 2K16Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition and God of War 3 Remastered — which means the number of titles available overall has eclipsed the 500 mark. Sony says it plans to add more PS4 and PS3 over the coming year and is working closely with publishers such as Capcom, Codemaster and Sony Interactive Entertainment.

Users will be able to access the catalog for a fee of $20 per month. If you want to try before you buy, head on over to the PlayStation Now website for a free seven-day trial.

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