Sony is ambitiously preparing for a subscribed multiplayer service PS Plus.
Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) unveiled the game lineup of PS Plus, which will be reorganized today on the 23rd through the PlayStation blog on the 16th. PlayStation Plus will support a total of 54 latest lineups and 55 classic game lineups in the launch stage. It is a playstation exclusive work, but also includes a number of third -party games.
The latest game lineup includes the majority of games released on PS4 and PS5. Among the exclusive works, the Uncharted 4: The Pirate King and the Last Treasure, the Ghost of Tsushima Director Cut, the Little Big Planet 3, the God of War, the Demons Soul, the Days Gon, etc. It also includes third -party partner games such as Demn 2 and Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Those who subscribe to a special level of more than 11,300 won/75,300 won per month can enjoy the game without restrictions.
You can enjoy the classic game lineup by subscribing to a deluxe plan of 12,900 won per month/86,500 won per year. The classic game lineup has a game that has been released on PS3, previous version consoles and PSPs. There are also classic games such as Cyphon Filter, Mr. Driller, and Tekken 2, including Remasteres such as Biohazard Remastera, Lego Harry Potter Collection, Jack Series, and Pipo Saru Getchu Series.
If you subscribe to a premium grade, you can enjoy PS3 original games that are not remastered by cloud streaming. The lineup includes Daemon’s Soul, Ratchet & Klank Series, Infermouth Series, Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare, Asura’s Wrath, Devil May Cry HD Collection.
In addition, premium or deluxe plan subscribers can enjoy the latest trials such as Uncharted: Legacy of Sibja Collection, Horizon Forbidden West, Cyberpunk 2077, Farming Simulator 22, Wonderland of Tiny Tina, and WWE 2K22.
The newly enhanced PS Plus will start service in Asia, including Korea on the 23rd. Japan will be able to enjoy the service on June 1, North America and Latin America on June 13, and Europe on June 22.