PlayStation Plus Extra/Premium: The June 2024 Update

Sony has already announced a partial list of new titles for mid- and high-tier PlayStation Plus subscribers during Days of Play, but the full list was only released yesterday afternoon.


The following titles will be added to the PlayStation Plus game catalog After Us (PlayStation 5), Anno 1800 (PlayStation 5), Crusader Kings III (PlayStation 5), Far Cry 4 (PlayStation 4) (a returning title on PlayStation Plus), Football Manager 2024 (PlayStation 5), Lego The Hobbit (PlayStation 4), Lego The Incredibles (PlayStation 4), Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6 (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Monster Hunter Rise (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4) and Police Simulator: Patrol Officers (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4).

PlayStation Plus Classics Catalog or PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers will have access to a small number of additional games: there’s a PlayStation 2 title, Ghosthunter (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), two PlayStation Portable titles, Daxter (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4) and Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), and finally a PlayStation VR2 title, Kayak VR: Mirage. So this will be a separate category from June…

This list doesn’t include the additional titles announced at the end of May, so it’s a bit short. In any case, you can already see that they’ll be adding titles that were already on the service (Far Cry 4). The games will all be available to subscribers from June 18, and as usual, Sony has not officially stated on the PlayStation Blog what the DEPARTING games are.

You can criticize both Sony and Microsoft, but the latter is in a better position in terms of transparency, because when they announce the Xbox Game Pass update twice a month, they always list the games that are going away. This is something Sony should learn from, but the company will never do so.

Source: Gematsu, PlayStation Blog

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