What to know about PlayStation Plus: Sony adds 10 more games to PlayStation Store
Sony announced today that it’s adding 10 more PlayStation Plus games to the PlayStation Store, including a new action title and a new mobile game.
The PlayStation Plus program lets gamers get unlimited access to over 150 games for free, and its first title is a PlayStation 4 title called SpaceChem.
It’s available for free for existing subscribers.
The 10 games in the PlayStation Plus portfolio are: Doom, The Order: 1886, Dying Light, Final Fantasy XV, Grand Theft Auto V, Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, Killzone Shadow Fall, Laser Tag: The Long War, Marvel Heroes: Avengers Assemble, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Minecraft: Xbox One Edition, No Man’s Sky, Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare, Rayman Legends, Star Trek: Bridge Crew, Titanfall 2, Watch Dogs 2, and Zombie Tycoon 2.
The 10 PS Plus games include Doritos Bacon Bites, Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate, Donkey Kong Country Returns, Fable Legends, Final Fantasy XV and Gran Turismo Sport.
While the PlayStation Blog has posted some additional information about the additions, including an official statement from Sony, it didn’t reveal what exactly those games are.
It seems the games listed on the PS Plus program have been available for some time now, so it’s not too surprising to see that the PlayStation 4 version is coming out soon, and that the Xbox One version is in development.
PlayStation Plus users can also sign up for an annual subscription that includes additional games.