PlayStation Plus: many classics are missing from the Premium offer in France

Game News PlayStation Plus: many classics are missing from the Premium offer in France

Three months after its formalization, the new PlayStation Plus offer has finally reached us! Depending on the package chosen, players can already play a ton of PlayStation titles, including many games from Sony’s oldest consoles. But despite a more generous catalog, there are also some majors that aren’t on the Premium offer. The games are still available in other territories …

Three formulas to satisfy them all

After a few months of waiting, PlaySation players can finally get their hands on a ton of games thanks to Sony’s new PlayStation Plus offerings. The giant now offers three hitherto unpublished formulas, very similar to Microsoft’s Game Pass. In addition, Sony has decided to strike by surprisingly adding many more titles available when this new PlayStation Plus is released. If you are having a hard time deciding which formula is right for you, we also invite you to consult our dedicated guide right here.

The highest -priced offering, the PlayStation Plus “Premium”, especially offers access to many retro games, first released on PS1, PS2, PSP and PS3. If this offer is well given as such, others may regret the loss of some classics, especially from the PS3, that should have been on the rise. So games like the first two inFamous, Lost Planet, the HD versions of God of War I and II, Devil Can Cry 4 or even most opuses Ratchet and Clank released on PS3 is not on offer in France, while it is available abroad.

Major losses in the Premium offer

Apparently, we already know that Sony plans to add more games over time. It is more than likely that these titles will come to Premium in the future, but they remain unavailable for now from us. The complete list of those not in the Premium offer can be found at the bottom of this paragraph.

The complete list of classic games not included in the Premium offer in France:

  • Devil Can Cry 4
  • Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime
  • God of War HD
  • God of War II HD
  • ICO Classics HD
  • inFAMOUS
  • famous 2
  • inFAMOUS 2: Feast of Blood
  • LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga
  • LocoRoco Cocoreccho!
  • Lost Planet
  • MEGA-MAN 9 and 10
  • Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge
  • Ratchet & Clank: All 4 Usa
  • Ratchet & Clank QForce
  • Ratchet & Clank: Search for Booty
  • Resident Evil Revelations 2
  • Resistance 3
  • Civilization Revolution
  • Mermaid: Curse of Blood
  • spelunker
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II
  • Star Wars: The Unleashing Force Ultimate Sith Edition
  • Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition
  • The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition
  • White Knight Chronicles II

About the new PlayStation Plus:

What is the PlayStation Plus?

PlayStation Plus is the subscription formula for PS4 and PS5. Through a variety of offers, you can enjoy hundreds of PlayStation titles, a list of retro games from PS1 to PS3, and even streaming playback, depending on the level of your subscription.

What are the offers of the 3 PS Plus?

The PlayStation Plus consists of three levels: Essential (€ 8.99/month), Extra (€ 13.99/month) and Premium (€ 16.99/month). The first offers the same advantages as the old PS Plus (online play, save in the cloud, games included every month, exclusive discounts via the PlayStation Store). The latter also benefits from a catalog of nearly 400 PS4 titles | PS5. And the third adds on top of retro software (PSP, PS1, PS2, PSP), reading a selection of games remotely thanks to streaming and – this is important – demos to test some blockbusters.

Who can benefit from free PlayStation Plus games?

Depending on your subscription, you may not be able to access the same games. With PlayStation Plus Essential, you are entitled to the PS Plus Collection (on PS5 only) and to the titles offered each month. With Extra, you have access to a PS4 catalog | PS5 with almost 400 applications. And in Premium, you get almost 340 retro games, streaming PS3 titles and demos.

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