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On June 23, Sony PlayStation Plus will be available in India, Take a look at the game schedule

by Shailee Mishra

Date & Time: May 20, 2022 11:00 PM

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Sony launched Sony PlayStation Plus, a new gaming service that combines its PS Now and PS Plus memberships into a single service, in March. The company had previously stated that the new service would launch in the first half of 2022, at the very latest.
Two months later, the company announced the service's launch. This announcement comes alongside a detailed list of PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 games that will be available to PlayStation Plus Extra, Premium, and Deluxe subscribers when the service launches.

Catalog of PlayStation Plus Games

A PlayStation Plus subscription will include specific games, according to Sony. Sony, on the other hand, will not include new first-party games in subscription packages.
As a result, games like Horizon Zero Dawn, Forbidden West, and Grand Turismo 7 will be excluded from PlayStation Plus at first.
The games are listed below. The first is a list of upcoming first- and third-party titles for PlayStation plus Extra and Premium subscribers.

Availability and Price

For the new PlayStation Plus, three subscription tiers will be available, each with its own set of benefits and game portfolios, which will include hundreds of the most recent and oldest titles to explore.
Members will also receive exclusive in-game content such as members-only skins, cosmetics, weapons, and more for free-to-play games like Fortnite and Apex Legends, 100 GB of cloud storage, and the ability to play multiplayer and co-op games with a friend, among other benefits.
PlayStation Plus will be available in the following regions: Asia on May 24, Japan on June 2, North and South America on June 13, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand on June 23, and Europe, Australia, and New Zealand on June 23. On June 23rd, it will be released in India.

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