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“You’re getting 10 games up front and from next month, 3 of those games will change, and you’ll get at least 3 games per month thereafter.”

Sony Europe today confirmed the exciting update to PlayStation Plus that guarantees subscribers receive at least three full games a month from a selection of the best titles from the PlayStation Store.

Starting June 6th, there will be an Instant Game Collection of 10 games to choose from ready to download and play as part of the updated PlayStation Plus subscription, with at least three being updated monthly. The launch line-up includes Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown, as well as Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD, Renegade Ops, Chime Super Deluxe, Outland, Darksiders and Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine.

As part of the 10 games available, there will be a PlayStation Plus Game of the Month. This will change every four weeks and represent the best PlayStation Store has to offer, including brand new download-only games and Digital Blu-rays.

“You’re getting 10 games up front and from next month, 3 of those games will change, and you’ll get at least 3 games per month thereafter.”

Additionally, as part of their subscription, members will have access to three digital Blu-ray titles from SCEE – inFamous 2, MotorStorm: Apocalypse and LittleBigPlanet 2.

PlayStation Plus will also deliver some of the best games in production from smaller, independent developers. The first game to be included as part of this new offering is Retro/Grade, the arcade shooter with a twist from 24 Caret Games and will be available later this summer for eight weeks, at no cost to subscribers.

On top of all of the exciting new updates, the PlayStation Plus service will continue to offer the same special features, discounts and exclusive access that subscribers currently benefit from.

PlayStation Plus will remain £39.99/€49.99 for a one-year subscription or £11.99/€14.99 for a 90-day subscription.


Edited On 05 Jun, 2012

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