PS Plus collection - The Complete List of all the Titles Available on the PlayStation Plus Collection
A step up for Sony's Next-Generation Console
PlayStation Plus is a must for anyone that wants to game online, but for PlayStation 5, there is an added benefit. Introducing the PlayStation Plus Collection, this upgrade to PlayStation Plus upgrades its subscription service by allowing PS5 owners with a PS Plus membership to play a selection of PS4 titles at no additional membership fee.
This is on top of the monthly games that are released for PlayStation Plus.
A fantastic perk for PS5 owners!
Below is the list of every PS4 game currently included in the PlayStation Plus Collection. We will update this list as more games are added, so be sure to check back to see what has been added.
- Batman Arkham
- Battlefield 1
- Call of Duty Black Ops
- III Zombies
- Crash Bandicoot N.
- Sane Trilogy
- Days Gone
- Detroit: Become Human
- Fallout 4
- Final Fantasy XV
- God of War
- Infamous: Second Son
- The Last Guardian
- The Last of Us Remastered
- Monster Hunter:World
- Mortal Kombat X
- Persona 5
- Ratchet & Clank
- Resident Evil 7: Biohazard
- Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
- Until Dawn
This collection doesn’t just benefit day one buyers of the PS5 either. Even months after the PS5’s launch, the PS Plus Collection is a valuable addition to any game library.
The only holdup is the availability of the next-gen console. If you manage to get your hands on one, however, the membership benefits for PS5 PlayStation Plus subscribers are excellent!
Do You Pay Extra For The PS Plus Collection?
No, all PS Plus subscribers that own a PS5 have access to the PS Plus Collection for no extra cost.
Is The PS Plus Collection Available To PS4 Owners?
No, the PS Plus Collection is a benefit to PS5 owners only, but PS4 owners still have the monthly free games to look forward to.
When is the PS Plus Collection Available?
Access the entire collection on your PS5 at launch, which was on Thursday, 12th November 2020 in the USA, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, and on Thursday, 19th November for the rest of the world, which includes Europe, the Middle East, South America, Asia, and South Africa.