Earlier this year, Sony announced that it would redesign the PlayStation Plus by offering three different levels of subscription service to the game.
The mid-tier should give, among other things, access to a game library not entirely different from what PlayStation Now currently offers. In it you can find most of the games from the studios of Sony, but you can also find games from third-party developers such as Square Enix and Ubisoft.
The higher level will include games from the older PlayStation generations and today some of those games are listed. The list isn’t the longest at the moment but Sony wrote that the library will be filled with new games every month. Some of these classic games are the original versions, like Tekken 2, while some of the classic games are the updated versions like Dark Cloud 2 and Rogue Galaxy.
This higher level PlayStation Plus will also provide longer game demons and once it’s all started, you’ll be able to test out Cyberpunk 2077 and Horizon Forbidden West, among other things.
You can find the full list of games they will offer with the new PlayStation Plus via the link below.
The new PlayStation Plus will launch in Europe on June 23.
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