Game News PS Plus: Huge PS1 Classic For PlayStation Plus Premium Bundle Leaked!
One month, all stacks. This is the time we have to wait before the evolution of PlayStation Plus, like a Pokémon, is triggered. With three formulas at progressive levels, Sony and PlayStation hope to attract an increasingly large number of players. The latest news, the Japanese manufacturer has updated the list of games present in the various offers while keeping a few surprises. Unfortunately, with Sony, surprises sometimes don’t last long!
- The PlayStation Plus catalog promises to be huge
- Games designed to join the Game Pass, Sony version
The PlayStation Plus catalog promises to be huge
Around the PlayStation Plus, the leaks and other leaks of this kind, it’s a bit of a great disenchantment with Sony. Long before the formalization of the new formula, we were already hearing about a redesign bearing the name of “Spartacus Project” and it’s been a good handful of months that PlayStation Plus games have been on the web before the date and the traditional announcement time. If he was thinking of making a clean sweep of these bad habits, the new PlayStation Plus puts the finger in the eye up to the elbow.
In addition to the latest information on the different catalogs depending on the offers, small clues allowed us to draw the contours of the formula aiming to offer a selection of retro games, from the first Sony consoles and laptops, with the appearance of very specific titles and other manufacturer exclusives.
Games designed to join the Game Pass, Sony version
However, what we did not expect to discover anytime soon are the other surprises that will be added to the increasingly extensive list concocted by the Japanese manufacturer. At regular intervals, the titles that it will be possible to launch, depending on the type of subscription (Essential, Extra, Premium), will increase but PlayStation did not want to reveal too much. Unfortunately for him, a leak has once again taken charge of it and two new titles have been named, one of which is most certainly part of the monuments of the first console of the Japanese company.
This will not have escaped the curious little ones who strolled on the Malaysian version of the PlayStation Network, but two games could be added to the non-exhaustive list published by Sony recently. Let’s quickly evacuate the announcement of a new Ridge Racer, namely the second released on PSP, and savor the nostalgia of rediscovering, in the PS Plus Premium offer, the first part of the Oddworld franchise, namely Abe’s Oddysee / L’ Abe’s Odyssey released in September 1997. For the moment, the game page is still available, but we should wait for a sign from Sony to decide on the veracity, or not, of this leak!
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