PlayStation anticipated the arrival of a new classic game to PlayStation Plus Premium, although the announcement was eventually removed.
As anticipated, the PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games for the month of October 2022 have now been officially announced. Starting on the 18th of that month, the 23 titles can be downloaded that form part on this occasion of the catalog of both modalities of the subscription service. However, a clue from the Japanese company could have revealed that a new additional game would be added to the catalog during this month.
And it is that one of the official PlayStation channels on YouTube mentioned the appearance of an extra title in the Premium mode of PlayStation Plus. This time it was a classic title, more specifically, Ridge Racer 2. However, minutes after its publication, removed the video and the mention of the game in question has disappeared forever, so it is not clear if they will finally be included. In fact, it looks like a very similar case to the mistake that was made with Dino Crisis a couple of months ago, so there seems to be cross information internally that lead to confusion.
PlayStation Access mentions Ridge Racer 2 coming to the PS+ Premium Classics https://t.co/OE3gLnljvG
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In this way, it will remain wait until next October 18at which time the PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium titles will be available for download and find out if Ridge Racer 2 is finally part of the games of the month of October.
Two of the PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games in October are updated to PS4
Another novelty in the last hours of PlayStation Plus is that two of his games announced by streaming on PS3, have finally been updated to PS4, so they can be played without the need to resort to cloud gaming. The two titles in question are Limbo and Ultra Street Fighter IVso they can already be played from next October 18 without the need to resort to streaming.
With these announcements, everything related to PlayStation Plus October games ends, so we only have to wait a couple of weeks to find out which titles will be part of the service in November and if the presence of horror titles is transferred to that moment.