After officially announcing the PS Plus games for August, PlayStation has announced that in addition…
PlayStation has announced the new games that will join the PS Plus catalog for members of the Extra and Premium plans on PS5 and PS4. This is an advantage of the new subscription service that gives access to a selection of games that varies each month, with new additions but also with the release of certain titles. On this occasion, the catalog will be expanded with 11 video games next tuesday august 16.
Below you can see all the games coming to the PS Plus Extra and Premium catalog next week:
Are the news in the August PS Plus catalog worth it?
In the what’s new in august from the PS Plus catalog highlight the new installments of the saga Yakuza that have been incorporated after the arrival of Yakuza: Like a Dragon to the service’s monthly game selection. There are still not all the games of the franchise that have been confirmed for the catalog: soon they will also be incorporated Yakuza 3 Remastered, Yakuza 4 Remastered, Yakuza 5 Remastered Y Yakuza 6: The Song of Lifealthough it is not yet known when exactly they will be available to subscribers.
also highlights Bugsnaxan adventure indie that challenges us to capture a hundred half-insect, half-food creatures, and Trials of Manathe remake from one of the great Japanese Super Nintendo role-playing games. On the other hand, it is worth mentioning the incorporation of Dead by Daylightan asymmetric multiplayer horror game in which a group of survivors take on a villain in tense matches on-line.
What is the PS Plus Extra and Premium catalogue?
These games have nothing to do with the ones that PS Plus offers free monthly to its subscribers, since these are no longer available when they leave the catalog (something that has already happened, in fact). In addition, this catalog is only available for members of PS Plus Extra (99.99 per year in USA) and PS Plus Premium (119.99 per year in USA), while the free games of the month are also for subscribers of the plan. cheaper, PS Plus Essential (59.99 a year), which is basically the service we knew until now.