PlayStation Plus: Anger is rising among Premium subscribers

game news PlayStation Plus: Anger is rising among Premium subscribers

Referred to as the old ‘Project Spartacus’, the new PlayStation Plus landed in our European country last June. And if it seemed that the new formulas convinced most players, then discontent began to be heard among Premium subscribers. Here’s why.

New winning formulas

Launched on June 23, it’s hard to miss, Sony published The new PlayStation Plus on European soil and renew its services by providing Three new formulas Now known to all: Basic, additional and special. With the enriched catalogs, this new recipe also seems to be liking gamers since then The number of subscribers has increased dramaticallyThe number of subscribers rose from 46.3 to 47.3 million, according to the latest figures released by Sony at the end of last month.

A simple reminder to go through… If the “Essential” mode is similar to the old PlayStation Plus, the additional mode provides access to the catalog of PS4 and PS5 games while the Premium offer adds a selection of classic titles from the older console generations (PSP, PS1, PS2, PS3 ), each time for a few extra dinars. And this latest formula in question is already starting to make some subscribers grumble…

Premium subscribers get angry

Last week, Sony unveiled new “free” games in Extra and Premium modes for August. There are many surprises on the agenda including three titles sealed with the Yakuza franchise, not to mention Ghost Recon Wildlands, Bugsnax or Dead by Daylight. But it is clear that All new catalog entries are PS4 or PS5 games, which is enough to satisfy additional subscribers. in contrast, There are no classic games in the program. A summer update thus leaves a large number of Premium subscribers at a loss, upset about not getting their money’s worth, as evidenced by some feedback in response to the official tweet posted on the PlayStation account.

I’m really struggling to figure out the point of keeping a Premium membership when I can upgrade to Extra because the classic games and experiences aren’t really worth it.

Where are the classic catalog updates? That’s why so many of us bought a premium subscription.

The extra menu is great, but you need to improve the Premium section.

I paid for the premium class, so where are the classic games for that?

So many users are beginning to express their displeasure, while timeless titles like Dino Crisis, Ridge Racer 2, and SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny are expected soon.

About the new PlayStation Plus:

What is PlayStation Plus?

PlayStation Plus is the subscription mode for PS4 and PS5. Through the different offerings, you can enjoy hundreds of PlayStation titles, a list of vintage games ranging from PS1 to PS3, and even streaming play, depending on your subscription level.

What are the 3 PS Plus offers?

PlayStation Plus consists of three levels: Basic (8.99 € per month), Extra (13.99 € per month) and Premium (16.99 € per month). The former offers the same benefits as the old PS Plus (online play, saves to the cloud, games included every month, exclusive discounts via the PlayStation Store). The second also benefits from a catalog of around 400 PS4 titles | PS5. And the third adds in addition to the old programs (PSP, PS1, PS2, PSP), remote reading of a selection of games thanks to live broadcasting – and this is important – demos to test a block of blockbuster films.

Who Can Benefit From Free PlayStation Plus Games?

Depending on your subscription, you will not be able to access the same games. With PlayStation Plus Essential, you are entitled to a collection of PS Plus (only on PS5) and titles shown each month. With the Extra software, you can access the PS4 catalog | PS5 from about 400 applications. And with Premium, you get nearly 340 old games, streaming PS3 titles and demos.

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