PlayStation Plus is a subscription service that offers PS4 owners online multiplayer, exclusive discounts and more. PlayStation Plus members have been eagerly anticipating the new line-up of games available as part of their membership.
The “ps plus games list” is a feature that was introduced in the September PS Plus update. The new feature allows players to see what games are currently available for free with their subscription.
What are your thoughts on the new PS Plus design? (Sony photo)
On Wednesday’s letters page, a reader wonders whether Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will be available on Game Pass, since he uses Rez to get over the sick.
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I’m undecided about whether the new PS Plus tier structure is worthwhile. At the moment, I’m a PS Plus subscriber mostly for the free games. For a long time, Elden Ring has been the only game in which I’ve used the online component.
To be honest, the games available in 2022 haven’t piqued my curiosity as much as they did last year, when there were many good options. Part of me believes that the basic bundle will become redundant since higher-profile free games will be unavailable to people with the lower tier.
On the other hand, £100 for the premium bundle isn’t a bad deal, particularly since I’m sure they’ll be discounted significantly during seasonal discounts. Whether or whether this is good value for money is determined by the games available. I already own or have little interest in several of the games listed, such as Spider-Man, Death Stranding, and God Of War. I don’t anticipate first-party exclusives to be available on day one, but if they arrive six to a year later, this might be a fair compromise.
I’m also interested in playing some older PlayStation 1 and PlayStation 2 games, so it’ll be fascinating to see how large the back library is. This isn’t enough to entice me to upgrade my membership on its own, so I’ll be waiting to see how things play out for the time being. matc7884
There is no one who is condemned. So, Sony has finally unveiled their new PS Plus, and I am really thrilled! We had a fairly good idea it was coming up shortly, so it came as no surprise to me, except for the price. Yes, it is more costly than Game Pass, but not as much as I had anticipated. It’s amazing to be able to play classic games again (the first one that sprang to mind was Hogs Of War!) However, it is evident that everything relies on the lineup. Sony has been silent on the subject.
Trophy support would also be beneficial. Hopefully, additional information will be revealed in the upcoming State of Play. It’s likely that some people will be upset that day one releases aren’t included. This isn’t a worry for me since I’m not opposed to paying for high-quality new releases. Game trials that allow you to “try before you purchase” are a fantastic concept. It reminds me of the days when I used to purchase the Official PlayStation Magazine just for the demo disc.
So stay tuned for further information in the coming weeks, as well as the ‘Sony is Great!’ readers’ weekend features. Isn’t it true that the Xbox is doomed!’? Tony was born in 1975. (PSN ID)
GC: So you don’t believe it’ll be ‘Xbox is awesome!’? ‘Sony is a doomed company!’ Interesting.
I’m not going to buy PS Plus Premium because I want the unattainable. To me, all they’ve done is placed PS Now on top of PS Plus and made it a little cheaper so that I can have it. I want PlayStation games right now, thus I’m going to remain with regular PS Plus.
I don’t understand why they’d sell a Game Pass and then say you can’t get these games. It’s merely a ploy to encourage people to join up for PlayStation Now, in my opinion. I’m thinking of acquiring an Xbox and signing up for Game Pass. You know, the real Game Pass, not some cheesy knockoff. David
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Everything adds up. I just finished reading your article about the best-selling video game series over the previous 27 years, and the amount of games in some of them is mind-boggling.
There are 93 Pokémon games? That’s one every four months or more. How about 55 Sonics? Of which just around five (to be charitable) are any good? Marios, 109 of them? Is it true that Nintendo releases four games every year on average? 66 Formula One races? Is it possible to have more than two per season?
Anyway, no additional comment; I only wanted to convey my awe. Despite the fact that I can easily believe there have been 113 Star Wars games since then. Julian
GC: Keep in mind that they’re including all of a game’s unique format variations, so that’s up to six for a single title right now. Since acquiring the Star Wars license nine years ago, EA has only produced four separate Star Wars games. In contrast, most Pokémon games are published in two almost identical versions, while Mario games include non-platforming games such as Mario Kart and Mario Party.
Unhealthy suggestion I’ve been unwell since the clocks moved forward – and yes, I really do need to be this theatrical – ever since the clocks went ahead. It’s like a flu-cold-fever or perhaps a Plague of Certain Death. I usually play whatever game I’m playing at the moment, although the nature of the game may occasionally make my head feel like soup after even a brief session. Not the nice, creamy type, either. But it’s the oily water that my folks believe is the same. If you prefer the latter, you should seek medical help immediately away. You’re not feeling good at all.
But, if you’re truly ill or sad, what would GC and other readers recommend? Is this the modern-day equivalent of a get-well card? I believe Rez was well-suited for this, not so much for the main campaign as for the auxiliary modes and practice where there is no risk of dying and the resulting stress. Even in Rez, yes. Man, it’s just light and sound – just light and sound… DMR
GC: Take a paracetamol and play Animal Crossing.
It’s not surprising. I’m not shocked that Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 has been postponed another more. While it’s always disheartening to find that something you’ve been looking forward to has been pushed back, Nintendo has more than earned my faith that the game will be well worth the wait when it eventually arrives. What I’m curious about is how much of the delay is due to Elden Ring’s critical and financial success.
I understand that three to four months isn’t a lot of time to make major changes to a game as big as Breath Of The Wild 2, but I can’t help but wonder if, since FromSoftware released their open world masterpiece, Nintendo hasn’t gone over some of its many finer points and decided their own work might need a little last-minute tinkering to keep up? yourhomeisatrisk PS: I’m ecstatic to learn that Moss: Book 2 is so close. Is it on your review calendar, or are you too swamped with other projects right now to fit it in?
GC: Given how little Nintendo normally pays attention to other creators, it seems improbable. What would they take from Elden Ring that wasn’t previously in Breath Of The Wild, specifically? We aim to write a review for Moss: Book 2, but the review code has yet to come.
Saving time is important. So, with the new more costly tier for the new look PS Plus, it seems that all PS Now members will be moved to it. Is it possible that, since PS Now is half the price, we could all simply subscribe while it’s still live and obtain the top tier for a few months cheaper? Liam
GC: In principle, however keep in mind that PS Now subscriptions have been removed from retail locations for months, so you could have difficulties finding them there.
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Assurance of high quality I know we didn’t have a release date for Zelda: Breath Of The Wild 2 previously, but it’s still a year away, which is a long time. I’m curious whether it’s to add or modify anything, or if it’s just because the epidemic has slowed down the pace of work to the point that they need additional time. Unfortunately, we’ll never know what’s going on since this is Nintendo.
However, I believe it is just a case of the game requiring more time. I believe that people underestimate how tough it must have been to create the original. Regardless of how much energy it squeaked out of the Switch, it featured a large game world that was much more involved than any other, and it didn’t have a single noticeable fault when it was launched.
When you compare it to a typical Ubisoft or CD Projekt game (even The Witcher, much alone Cyberpunk 2077), it seems almost impossible. Of course, you don’t see something that isn’t there, so many people are unaware of how well Nintendo’s QA team performed, and I think the sequel’s delay is to ensure that things are just as well. Dustin
also-rans in your inbox I completely forgot that Call Of Duty: Warzone 2 was coming out this year. Is this to imply that Modern Warfare 2 will be available on Game Pass, despite the fact that it isn’t an Xbox exclusive? If that’s the case, it’ll be a tremendous year for Call Of Duty. Korbie
GC: It depends on if and when the purchase agreement is completed – which it hasn’t been.
Is it possible that I’m the only one who has never heard of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands? Why be so strange about a Borderlands spin-off that I would’ve believed would’ve been rather huge otherwise, talk about burying a game. Maisker
The topic for this week’s Hot Topic is Reader Xane proposed the topic for this weekend’s Inbox, asking, “What is your favorite classic video game format?”
We want to know what’s your favorite vintage format of all time, assuming that retro implies anything up to and including the Xbox 360 period, thanks to TheA500 Mini generating a spike of interest in the Amiga 500. Any gaming device, including consoles (both home and portable), personal computers, and the PC, is eligible. Please be explicit about the time period in question if it’s the PC.
What do you enjoy about the format, and how important is nostalgia in your decision? What were the finest games in the format, and is there anything you miss from newer devices?
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