+400 PS4 and PS5 games will be renewed through PS Plus Extra and Premium

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+400 PS4 and PS5 games will be renewed through PS Plus Extra and Premium

New PS Plus
Sony has started sending an email to users about the new PS Plus service, where it was confirmed that the PS Plus Extra and Premium package will get a game library that includes more than 400 renewed titles of PS4 and PS5 games.

Sony’s focus will be on the PS Plus Extra and Premium packages, which will get special titles from the current and past generation games library. In addition to the latter obtaining a library of classic games from previous generations of PlayStation, it was stated in the following e-mail that reached some users (via Push Square):

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“New games will be added to the game list every month while other games may leave the service. The game catalog itself will consist of “up to 400” PS5 and PS4 games, which is the main selling point of the PS Plus Extra. Of course, that same catalog is included as part of PS Plus Premium, the more expensive tier, which also gives you access to plenty of PS1, PS2 and PSP games (via download or streaming), as well as PS3 titles (streaming only). ”

As you can see, the user subscribed to any of these packages will have access to a huge library of renewed games. New titles will be added to the package on a monthly basis, similar to the Xbox Game Pass service, while other titles will be withdrawn.

We also learned that the removed titles will remain the property of the user who downloaded them to their device as long as they have an active subscription to PS Plus Extra and Premium.

We must wait more time to get to know this huge library of games that will be available through the two higher packages in the service. But Sony at least revealed a sample of the first-party games that will be available on the service, which you can view here.

Do you think with so many games, it can be said that the new Plus service will be a good competitor to the Xbox Game Pass service, even with the lack of PlayStation titles from day one?!

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