We still have a long week ahead, but the new PlayStation Plus has already been launched in Asia and North America. It appears that the content of the three-track book may differ slightly from region to region.
PlayStation Plus will convert in Europe, including Hungary, on June 22, but the renewed service servers have already been launched east and west. In North America, it’s time to switch, so PlayStation Plus Extra subscribers will now have access to over 400 PS4 and PS5 games, and PlayStation Plus Premium members will have access to 300 classic titles, and they’ll also get a library.
It was somewhat expected, but it is now established that the libraries of the subsequent Asian, American and European Games may differ from each other, albeit in a minimal way. While the PSX lineup in Asia featured PAL 50 Hz titles, in America, the emulator runs NTSC 60 Hz games. In addition, one or two unexpected titles appeared, such as Resident Evil: Director’s Cut. Here you can browse the seven hundred titles American playlist.
Although the list is still huge enough, some titles are still amazingly missing from the cast. Surprisingly, for example, none of the episodes of the Metal Gear series were listed, despite the fact that many episodes were previously available on PlayStation Now. Also strange is that only the first part of the Siphon filter is included in the library at the moment, despite the fact that many episodes of the series have been labeled recently. Of course, it would be a shame for us to do so, as the library will continue to expand over the coming months and years.
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