If you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber, you have until May 9 to claim 19 games in the PS Plus Collection, after which the offer will end. These games will remain in your digital library for as long as you keep your PS Plus subscription. Sony has not made it easy to see the PS Plus Collection in one place, and gamers are advised to search for each game individually.

PS Plus Collection and Other Subscriptions

The PS Plus Collection predates newer subscription tiers, such as Essentials, Extra, and Premium, which have their own collections via the Game Catalog, Classics Catalog, and Cloud Streaming Catalog. The PS Plus Collection features 19 games, although Persona 5 has been removed. Some of these games are not available through the newer catalogs, making it doubly worthwhile to claim them before May 9.

Gamers can access the PS Plus Collection even on an Essentials subscription, as long as they have added the games to their digital library. However, some games are only available on Extra or Premium subscriptions. For instance, Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 are not available on any subscription, while Mortal Kombat 10 is not available, but Mortal Kombat 11 can be found in the Extra subscription.

List of 19 Games in the PS Plus Collection

Here is a list of the 19 games that are part of the PS Plus Collection, along with notes on their availability for other PS Plus subscription tiers:

– Batman: Arkham Knight – Extra
– Bloodborne – Extra
– Days Gone – Extra
– Detroit: Become Human – Extra
– Fallout 4 – Extra
– Final Fantasy 15 – Extra
– God of War – Extra
– Infamous Second Son – Extra
– The Last Guardian – Extra
– The Last of Us Remastered – Premium
– Monster Hunter World – None
– Ratchet and Clank – None
– Resident Evil 7 – Extra
– Until Dawn – Extra
– Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End – Extra
– Battlefield 1 – None (EA Play gets you a 10% discount)
– Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 – None
– Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – None
– Mortal Kombat 10 – None (but Mortal Kombat 11 is in Extra)

Claiming these games before May 9 will ensure they remain in your digital library for as long as you have a PS Plus subscription. With the end of the PS Plus Collection, gamers are advised to take advantage of this offer before it disappears.


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