PlayStation Plus Extra/Premium: A Tiny May Update…

Sony seems to have run out of steam, because although there are updates for PlayStation Plus Extra and PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers this month, it’s not a particularly big list of updates for the last month of spring.


It’s not a very big May update, with thirteen (!) games in total! Perhaps the shortest list since PlayStation Plus went to a three-tier model. For players with an Extra or Premium subscription, the following games are coming to the PlayStation Plus game catalog: Cat Quest (PlayStation 4), Cat Quest II (PlayStation 4), Crime Boss: Rockay City (PlayStation 5), Deceive Inc. (PlayStation 5), The Lego Movie 2 Videogame (PlayStation 4), Red Dead Redemption 2 (PlayStation 4), The Settlers: New Allies (PlayStation 4), The Sims 4 City Living (PlayStation 4), Stranded: Alien Dawn (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4) and Watch_Dogs (PlayStation 4). According to comments on the PlayStation Blog, two of these were already on the service, and in the case of The Sims 4, it’s an add-on…

The PlayStation Plus Classics Catalog, which is only available to PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers, is being expanded to include just three PS1 games that will be available to both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 owners. These three games are 2Xtreme, G-Police and Worms Pinball. With that said, Sony had the face to write that a few games are leaving on May 21, but instead of listing them, you still have to go to the Last Chance to Play page on PlayStation Plus – Collections (PlayStation 5) or PlayStation Plus – Games – Games Catalog (PlayStation 4) on your console.

Many of the commenters on the PS Blog have been negative about Sony’s May update (especially regarding the Premium subscription, which seems pointless at the moment), and given how short the list is, perhaps they’re right to express their displeasure.

Source: Gematsu, PlayStation Blog

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