Sony will stop offering the PlayStation Plus collection after May 9th. This is a collection of PS4 games that PS Plus subscribers can play on their PS5 console. PS Plus users can still claim games until May 9, after which they’ll still be available on their accounts.
Sony is canceling the PlayStation Plus collection Known at the bottom of a blog post. The company announces that the collection will be canceled after Tuesday, May 9th. PS Plus subscribers can still add games from the collection to their library until that date, after which they will remain playable for as long as the respective user is a member of PlayStation Plus. After May 9, games can no longer be claimed.
The PlayStation Plus Collection was introduced in 2020 alongside the PlayStation 5. The collection includes several PS4 titles, which PS5 users can download and play on their console. The collection is available to all PlayStation Plus subscribers, regardless of subscription type.
There are currently 19 PS4 games in the PS Plus Collection. This includes PlayStation exclusives like Bloodborne, God of War, The Last of Us Remastered, and Uncharted 4, as well as third-party games like Detroit Become Human and Fallout 4. The company also offers a game catalog with a wider range of PS4 and PS5 titles as part of its PS subscriptions. the more expensive Plus Extra and Premium; remains available. The company also continues to provide a number of free games to PS Plus subscribers each month. In February, these include Destiny 2 Beyond Light, OlliOlli World, Evil Dead, and Mafia: Definitive Edition, for example.
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