PlayStation Plus subscribers on PS5 lose one of the biggest features the subscription service offers. There are several reasons to subscribe to PS Plus on PS5. The biggest one is to have multiplayer access beyond free-to-play games. The other biggest benefit is the monthly free games, or if you’re a PS Plus Extra or PS Plus Premium subscriber, instant access to a huge library of PlayStation games. But on PS5 specifically, all subscribers, regardless of level, have had free and unlimited access to a collection of some of the best PS4 games through the aptly titled PS Plus Collection. However, this is coming to an end, meaning PS Plus subscribers will lose access to 19 different games.
The good news is that if you redeem the games before the offer ends, you can keep the games as long as you have an active subscription. When your subscription expires, you will lose access to the games. Meanwhile, all new subscribers will not be able to access the 19 games after the expiration date. What is the expiration date? The 9th of May.
Since the release of the PS5 in 2020, Sony offers PS Plus subscribers on PS5 unlimited and free access to the following games: Batman: Arkham Knight, Battlefield 1, Bloodborne, Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, Days Gone, Detroit: Become Human, Fallout 4, Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition, God of War, Infamous Second Son, Monster Hunter World, Mortal Kombat X, Ratchet and Clank, The Last Guardian, The Last of Us Remastered, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s EndAnd Until dawn. As noted, and as you can see, the collection contains some of the best and most popular PS4 games.
“We also wanted to provide an update on the PlayStation Plus collection that has been offered as a benefit to PlayStation Plus members on PS5 since 2020,” it read. a statement from Sony. “On May 9, the PlayStation Plus Collection will no longer be offered. If you have not redeemed the titles in this collection, you can still do so before May 9, which will give you access to those titles even after this date for as long as your PlayStation Plus member remains.”
For now, this is all Sony has said on the matter. We don’t know why it’s stopping this offer, but it’s likely to incur the cost of extending the deal with the above partners.
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