PlayStation Plus not only offers multiplayer enthusiasts an incentive, but also entices them with regular free games. While the monthly “free” games for the basic tier are yet to be announced, Sony has already revealed which titles are in store for Extra and Premium customers to add to their PlayStation Plus libraries. However, these new games, except one, will not be available until next Tuesday, November 21.
Of particular note is the recently released PlayStation 5 Teardown, a game in which a voxel world is explored with a wrecking ball. It has been available to play for Extra or Premium members since yesterday. Extra membership not only gives you access to Teardown, but also to other games, including:
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (PS4)
Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme vs. Maxi Boost On (PS4)
Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition (PS4)
Nobunaga’s Ambition: Taishi (PS4)
River City Melee Mach! (PS4)
Superliminal (PS4, PS5)
Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising (PS4, PS5)
While Teardown is exclusive to the PS5, the rest of the games can also be enjoyed on Sony’s previous generation of consoles. However, the games referred to as the “Classics Collection” are only available for the more expensive Premium category. This includes a former PSP spin-off of the popular Pixar film Upstairs. However, Premium customers will have to dig a little deeper into their pockets. The upcoming games for Basic tier subscribers will be revealed at the end of the month, and the current “free” titles can still be secured until December 4
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