Sony will stop offering the PlayStation Plus Collection after May 9th
All good things come to an end. As of September 2020, Sony has been offering the PlayStation Plus Collection to PlayStation 5 owners with an active PS Plus subscription. This bundle includes some of the best PlayStation 4 games including Bloodborne, God of War, The Last of Us Remastered, Batman: Arkham Knight, Fallout 4, and Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. On May 9, however, Sony won’t be offering the PlayStation Plus Collection, the company announced today.
If you haven’t claimed any of the 19 titles included in the bundle, you have until May 9 to do so. Once these games are linked to your account, you will continue to have access to them as long as you maintain an active PlayStation Plus subscription. Sony says it plans to focus its efforts on growing the PS Plus monthly games library and catalog of games, which PlayStation owners can access by subscribing to PlayStation Plus Extra or Premium.
On that note, the company also revealed the PlayStation Plus games slate for February. This month’s lineup includes Evil Dead: The Game, OlliOlliWorld, Destiny 2: Beyond Light, and Mafia: The Definitive Edition. You can download all four games from February 7 and they will be available until March 6. Among the titles offered, you should definitely try OlliOlliWorld. It was one of Engadget’s favorite games of 2022.
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