It’s been nearly a month since Sony formally unveiled the revamped PlayStation Plus. Launching in June, it will offer subscribers a library of over 700 games spread out across three differently priced tiers, with over 300 of those being games from the PS1, PS2, PS3, and PSP libraries, available with the highest tier, PlayStation Plus Premium. Specifics on exactly what games will populate these libraries haven’t yet been shared, but it seems we have an early glimpse of some of the legacy PlayStation titles that will be offered.
As spotted, by Gematsu, multiple Syphon Filter games recently received classification ratings in South Korea by the Game Rating and Administration Committee (GRAC). The PS1 duo of Syphon Filter and Syphon Filter 2 and the PlayStation Portable duo of Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror and Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow are the games that have been rated, and interestingly, they’ve all been rated for PS5 and PS4, suggesting that they’ll be included in the PlayStation Plus Premium library. Ratings for PS1’s Syphon Filter 3 and PS2’s Syphon Filter: Omega Strain haven’t been spotted, so it remains to be seen whether those instalments will also be offered to subscribers.
Not much else is currently known about the collective library of the revamped PlayStation Plus, but PlayStation boss Jim Ryan has said that it will feature games from all the major publishers. It’s also been confirmed that the likes of Returnal, God of War, Marvel’s Spider-Man, and more will be part of the 400-game library falling under the PlayStation Plus Extra tier. Read more on that through here.
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