In short: This week, Sony revealed all the details about the new PlayStation Plus levels coming this summer. The company has officially confirmed the initial roster of games and release dates for different regions. He also explained how users will get access to older classics.
In March, Sony outlined its future PlayStation Plus levels and pricing, but left many gaps, promising more details to come. On Monday, he fulfilled his promise with the announcement listing dozens of games for all PlayStation systems (except PlayStation Vita) available on the first day. The new levels will arrive on May 24 in Asia, June 2 in Japan, June 13 in America, and June 23 in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
As part of the restructuring, the current PlayStation Plus subscription will become PlayStation Plus Essential, but is otherwise unchanged. The first new tier above that is PlayStation Plus Extra, which is similar to Xbox Game Pass. Its $14.99 monthly rate is identical to Game Pass Ultimate and will include many of the latest Blockbuster titles, although Sony has opted not to offer Day 1 releases.
The choices for this tier include most of Sony’s published games over the past few years, including God of War, Uncharted, Bloodborne, Days Gone, and the Demon’s Souls remake. Missing are the company’s most recent standout games such as Gran Turismo 7, Horizon Forbidden West, and The Last of Us Part 2. Notable third-party titles include Mortal Kombat 11, Celeste, Hollow Knight, NBA 2K22, and Red Dead Redemption. 2.
In partnership with Ubisoft, PlayStation Plus Extra members receive a free subscription to Ubisoft+. This perk offers users free Ubisoft games including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, For Honor, Watch Dogs, Far Cry 3, and The Division, just to name a few.
In regions where Sony offers cloud streaming, users can subscribe to a premium PlayStation Plus Premium subscription for $17.99 per month. Areas without streaming will get PlayStation Plus Deluxe, a cheaper premium service. Both tiers include time-limited trials of the latest releases and a selection of PS1, PS2 and PSP games.
Initially, this old-school collection will include games such as Ape Escape, Siphon Filter, Tekken 2, Mr. Driller, Dark Cloud, Siren and Wild Arms 3. Some of these games will have higher resolutions and frame rates than their previous version. original consoles. In a system similar to Nintendo Online, PS1 and PSP games allow players to rewind and save the game at any time.
However, unlike Nintendo Online, customers can purchase classic PlayStation games individually, even without a subscription. In addition, subscribers who have purchased PS1 and PSP digital games on PS3 and PSP should be pleased to know that some of those purchases will carry over to PS4 and PS5. The Premium tier also offers PS3 games via streaming, including Infamous, MotorStorm, Resistance 3, Tokyo Jungle, FEAR, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, the original Demon’s Souls, and more.
Time-limited challenges last two hours. This timer will only count down in-game and any progress will carry over to the full title if purchased. Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, Horizon Forbidden West, Cyberpunk 2077, Farming Simulator 22, Tiny Tina’s Wonderland, and WWE 2K22 will be the first games to feature temporary demos.
Sony has included a complete list of games on PlayStation Blog. As usual, new games will be available on PlayStation Plus on the first Tuesday of every month.