Before the official launch of the new PlayStation Plus service in Hong Kong and Taiwan on May 24, Sony has revealed the exclusive lineup of games that can be played in the Extra and Premium plans. Including the PS5 version of “Demon’s Souls” (Demon’s Souls), PS5/PS4 version of “Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut” (Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut), PlayStation Studios masterpieces are among them, and there are also PS5/PS4 versions Third-party hits like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and NBA 2K22. According to Sony, these titles will be available to upgrade and premium subscribers “during the launch period,” while all subscribers, including Essential, will be able to play monthly games until further disclosure.
When members of the Premium plan can play PS classic games, some titles will show “better frame rate and higher quality resolution” than the original release version. Such as “Tekken 2” (Tekken 2), “Ape Escape” (Ape Escape), in addition, premium members can also experience “Infamous” (Infamous”, “Ratchet & Clank” via streaming Etc. original PS3 works. It is also an exclusive service for valued subscribers, and there is a two-hour limited-time game trial (only the actual play time is calculated). Games that currently support this feature include “Uncharted”, “Electric Rebel” 2077″ (Cyberpunk 2077) and “Horizon Forbidden West” (Horizon Forbidden West).
It is worth mentioning that, with the exception of “Viking Age”, Ubisoft+ classic services will actually land directly on PlayStation. The first batch of 27 titles, including Watch Dogs, will be free to PlayStation Plus upgrades and premium members, with an expected increase to 50 titles by the end of 2022. Of course, Sony did not forget to emphasize that the PS Plus game catalog will “continuously update and evolve over time.” New content for Tier 3 will be announced on the first Tuesday of each month, and Upgrades and Premium Tiers will receive additional updates mid-month.