For the buyers of a PS5, the extensive PlayStation Plus Collection is available "free of charge" for the launch. It is a collection of classics for the PlayStation 4 such as God of War; Uncharted 4 & Co. The only condition is an active subscription to PlayStation Plus.
Since yesterday evening, a huge wave of interesting details about the PS5 has descended on us. We now not only know the release date and the price of the PlayStation 5, but also have information about the first-party launch titles and the accessories for the NextGen console. But that's not all: Sony has announced another interesting delicacy – the PlayStation Plus Collection.
Fittingly: All important information from the PS5 Showcase summarized for you
It is a collection of numerous classics, all of which shaped the era of the PlayStation 4 in their own way. These include the action adventure Uncharted 4, the action game God of War and the role-playing game Final Fantasy 15. In the trailer that has just been published, which you can find below this message, you can see a total of 18 titles that are part of the PlayStation Plus Collection seem to be. Buyer of a PS5 (buy now ) will have "free" access to this collection for the launch on November 19, 2020. The only condition for this is an active subscription to PlayStation Plus. Here is the list of those games that appear in the trailer:
- Battlefield 1
- God of War
- Monster Hunter World
- Final Fantasy 15
- Fallout 4
- Mortal Kombat 10
- Uncharted 4
- The Last Guardian
- resident Evil
- Days Gone
- Until Dawn
- Detroit: Become Human
- Infamous: Second Son
- Batman: Arkham Knight
- The Last of Us Remastered
- Persona 5
- Ratchtet & Clank
A 1-month subscription for PlayStation Plus currently costs 8.99 euros. If you decide on an annual subscription right away, you only have to pay 59.99 euros, which translates into a monthly amount of just five euros.
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