PlayStation Plus Extra/Premium: A Pretty Bethesda-Filled April Update

Hmmm, it looks like Microsoft is trying to butter up Sony with its Bethesda games in the middle and upper tiers of PlayStation Plus, the rival to Xbox Game Pass…


Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced on the PlayStation Blog what players subscribing to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium tiers will receive from April 18. These games will be available for both tiers: Bassmaster Fishing (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Doom Eternal (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), The Evil Within (PlayStation 4), Kena: Bridge of Spirits (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Paradise Killer (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Riders Republic (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Sackboy: A Big Adventure (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Slay the Spire (PlayStation 4), Wolfenstein: The Old Blood (PlayStation 4), Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (PlayStation 4). And the Classics catalog is made up entirely of Bethesda games, available only to PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers: Doom, Doom II, Doom 64, Doom 3, and Dishonored: Definitive Edition (all for PlayStation 4).

While Sony did make a cursory mention of what was leaving on May 15, they weren’t brave enough to list it all: The Wonderful 101: Remastered (leaving on April 18), Marvel’s Spider-Man, Resident Evil, NBA 2K Playgrounds 2, FlatOut4 – Total Insanity, Deadlight: Director’s Cut, Homefront: The Revolution, Mighty No. 9, Red Faction Guerrilla Remastered, Shenmue 3, This War of Mine: The Little Ones, Metro: Last Light Redux, Metro 2023 Redux, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon Every Buddy!, Left Alive Day One Edition, Star Ocean First Departure R, Balan Wonderworld, How to Survive: Storm Warning Edition, Pixel Piracy, Last Day of June, Virginia – The Game, Dreamfall Chapters, TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2, MX vs. ATV All Out, Tour De France 2021, Graveyard Keeper, Kona, Relicta, Windbound, Chronos: Before the Ashes, Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Definitive Edition.

Meanwhile, it seems that Sony has stopped sending PlayStation Plus emails when you add one of its free games to your catalog, so it won’t thank you every time you purchase. At least they’ve made some good progress on that. But it seems like more games are leaving than arriving…

Source: Gematsu, PSL, PSU

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