Not only has Sony revealed a partial list of games coming to PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium, but they also announced the handful of time-limited game trials that will be available when the service launches in June. Two PlayStation Studios games and four third-party titles will be available at launch with Horizon Forbidden West headlining the selection.
PS Plus Premium time-limited game trials launch in June
Time-limited game trials will be available for those who subscribe to the PS Plus Premium tier of the new PlayStation Plus service. Each trial will allow players to try out the game for a maximum of two hours, although this only counts the amount of time spent in the game. This means the trial period can be split over multiple periods if necessary. All trophies and game save data will be carried over if a player then decides to go ahead and purchase the game, although the Playstation Blog doesn’t specify whether trophies can be unlocked during the trial period as happens during the Xbox Live Free Play Days.
Sony listed six games from PlayStation Studios and third-party developers to be included at launch, although these are just “some” of the titles that will be available.
- Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection | Naughty Dog, PS5
- Horizon Forbidden West | Guerrilla Games, PS4/PS5
Third Party Partners
- Cyberpunk 2077 | CD Projekt, PS5
- Farming Simulator 22 | Giants Software GmBH, PS4/PS5
- Tiny Tina’s Wonderland | 2K Games, PS4/PS5
- WWE 2K22 | 2K Games, PS4/PS5
PS Plus will launch on May 24 in Asia and June 2 in Japan. North and South America will follow on June 13. Finally, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand will get the new service on June 23.
In other news, Ubisoft+ Classics is a new subscription service launching with PlayStation Plus, while the existing PlayStation Plus will launch on the platform in the future. Elsewhere, the PlayStation classic titles that launch on PS Plus will have new features like the ability to rewind the game.
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