Sony is preparing to announce the "free" games for PS Plus in November 2020. In the new month, members of the online service will most likely get access to two PS4 games. If the publisher follows the familiar rhythm for the PlayStation 5 launch month, the announcement of the upcoming inclusive games can be expected tomorrow, Wednesday, October 28th. You will then start the downloads as usual next Tuesday: After the PSN update on November 3rd, the new PS4 games should be available for download for PS Plus subscribers.
It is currently unclear which PS4 games Sony will distribute in November 2020 as part of a PlayStation Plus membership – no information has yet been given. As soon as we have the list, you will find out as usual on our website. From November there will be a special feature for buyers of the PS5: Players will have access to one PlayStation Plus Collection, which consists of a total of 18 PS4 games and can be played on the new Sony console thanks to the backward compatibility of the PlayStation 5. The launch is expected to take place at the launch of the PS5 on November 19th.
The collection's list includes Uncharted 4, Fallout 4, Bloodborne, The Last of Us Remastered and Persona 5. To gain access, an active PS Plus membership is required: the annual subscription costs around 60 euros. in the October Sony distributed the two PS4 games Need for Speed Payback and Vampyr. With the launch of the PlayStation 5 in November, the monthly distributed PS4 games should gradually be replaced by PS5 games. How Sony will design the PS Plus lineup in the future remains to be seen.
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