Concerned about having to cough about money for new consoles and new games when the PS5 comes out in November? Sony eases the burden on those with its PS Plus subscription service by introducing the PlayStation Plus collection.
When launched to PS5, it gives those who signed up for Sony’s online service free downloads for 16 top PlayStation 4 titles.
And there are a few real classics in it. Sony showed the following games to be launched with the service:
God of War, Bloodborne, Monster Hunter World, Fallout 4, Uncharted 4, Ratchet and Clank, Days Gone, Until Dawn, Detroit, Battlefield 1, InFamous: Second Son, Batman Arkham Knight, The Last Guardian, The Last of Us (Remastered ), Persona 5 and Resident Evil 7. That’s a catalog to be reckoned with, all free with Sony’s subscription service.
PlayStation Plus Collection isn’t quite Sony’s answer to Microsoft’s ridiculously affordable Xbox Game Pass deal that makes the Xbox Series X so enticing – Sony has PlayStation Now for that.
But what it will provide is a way for those who choose to buy Sony’s discrete, digital-only PS5, a way to play these premium PS4 games when they don’t have the means to put their physical drives in the new machine. place.
So it’s not a system vendor in and of itself, but for those who missed out on any of the above titles during this console generation, it’s a great bonus to wake up on Christmas morning – and in the inevitable early launch period of drought. while new PS5 titles trickle in.