PlayStation Plus Extra/Premium: Are There Any Great Games In The November Update?

Sony Interactive Entertainment has taken to the PlayStation Blog to announce the games that PlayStation Plus Extra/Premium subscribers will be able to access from 21 November (although they don’t reveal which titles will be discontinued).


PlayStation Plus Extra and PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers will be able to get Alternate Jake Hunter: Daedalus The Awakening of Golden Jazz (PlayStation 4), Dead Island: Riptide Definitive Edition (PlayStation 4), Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (PlayStation 4), Eiyuden Chronicles: Rising (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme vs. Maxiboost On (PlayStation 4), Nobunaga’s Ambition: Taishi (PlayStation 4), River City Melee Mach!!! (PlayStation 4), Superliminal (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4) and Teardown (PlayStation 5).

In addition, PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers will also have access to the following games (the original platform of the title is shown in brackets after the semicolon) Grandia (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4; PS1), Jet Moto (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4; PS1), PaRappa the Rapper 2 (PlayStation 4; PS2), Up (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4; PSP), Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4).

And that’s the list. Like the second update for Xbox Game Pass 2023 in November (which we covered in yesterday’s news), this month’s update for PlayStation Plus Extra/Premium is relatively light. There are a couple of relatively new games, but the Classics category (which requires a PlayStation Plus Premium subscription) is still rarely updated, and the Klonoa collection has been included in this list because it’s a revamp of older titles. It could have gone in the Extra section (Games Catalogue), but that would have been too easy, so Sony has to play tricks.

So these games will be available from the 21st of November. We need to have something big for December. Whether the company, which has kept the number of subscribers secret for six months, will be able to do that, we’ll soon find out, but they don’t think it’s going to happen, even though they’ve increased the price of the service.

Source: Gematsu

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