PlayStation Plus has unveiled a new game line-up, including Ubisoft+ titles

PlayStation Plus has unveiled a new game line-up, including Ubisoft+ titles ...

PlayStation has revealed further details about the upcoming addition to its PlayStation Plus subscription, specifically, the games it will have. Along with all of the first-party PlayStation titles, the Spartacus update has splintered in the service Ubisoft+ and its titles.

One of PS Plus''s new Extra and Premium plans is an expansion of the available games catalog. The range of PS5 and PS4 games now includes first-party games like Returnal (as well as all of Housemarques other titles), Horizon: Zero Dawn, God of War, Until Dawn, and all of the Uncharted games, as well as the Spider-Man titles. Red Dead Redemption 2, Control, Mortal Kombat 11, and Guardians of the Galaxy are among the third-party titles slated for release.

Sony has released some of the classic PlayStation titles that will be available on PS5, PS4, and PC. Several of the games are also available via streaming. Certain PS1 and PSP games will have a new user interface with menus that allow you to save your game at any time, or even rewind the game if you want a do-over.

Ubisoft+ Classics

Ubisoft has added several of its own PlayStation Plus titles under the title Ubisoft+ Classics. These games will be available to PS Plus subscribers, both Premium and Deluxe. This game will be available at the end of 2022. The Assassins Creed: Valhalla, Far Cry 4, South Park, and The Crew are all included in the game.

Chris Early, the CEO of Ubisoft, clarified that the Classics collection is a separate offer from Ubisoft+, which will then be available to PlayStation users. This is just the beginning, as we continue to grow our vision and provide additional options to players to access their favorite games wherever they are.

Ubisoft+ was going to Xbox Game Pass, but it seems to be making its console debut on PS Plus (makes some sense, given the name similarity), according to a blog post. The company said in a blog post that the service will eventually be available on PlayStation and Xbox.

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