The revamped PlayStation Plus seems like a half-step forward.
Sony confirms that Atlus' beloved JRPG is leaving the PlayStation Plus Collection in May, though those who've added the game to their library will still be able to play it afterward.
PS Plus subscribers can download Hood: Outlaws and Legends, Slay the Spire, and SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Biki Bottom - Rehydrated in April.
PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan addresses older titles benefiting from improvements on PS4 and PS5 with the upcoming PS Plus revamp.
Even after the new tiers debut in June, PlayStation Plus subscribers will still have access to the same 20 PS4 titles on PS5.
"If you look for a model in our category of entertainment, which supports sustained engagement over a long period of time, live services games arguably fit that bill better than a subscription service...
"The way our publishing model works right now, it doesn't make any sense. But things can change very quickly in this industry, as we all know," says PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan.
The April 2022 lineup for PlayStation Plus' free games has seemingly been leaked ahead of its official announcement.
PlayStation CEO says the revamped subscription service's line-up will hopefully tick "all sorts of boxes" when it launches in June.
The likes of Marvel's Spider-Man, Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Mortal Kombat 11 will also be available.
PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now will be combined in this revamped service, which will also offer games from the PS1, PS2, PS3, PS4, PS5, and PSP libraries.
Sony's rumoured subscription service, which will allegedly combine PlayStation Now and PlayStation Plus, will be unveiled soon, a new report claims.
Users are reporting that their PlayStation Plus and Now subscriptions are getting merged, amidst recent rumours of a Game Pass competitor being announced.
Prominent leaker strongly hints that the kart racer and the survival game will be free for PlayStation Plus subscribers next month.
To celebrate Valentine's Day, PS5 and PS4 multiplayer will be free for everyone from February 12 to February 14.
Sony revises second year forecast due to lower PS5 sales resulting from "shortages in the supply of components, especially semiconductors."
As part of the February PlayStation Now lineup, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City - The Definitive Edition and three other games will be offered to subscribers.
Planet Coaster: Console Edition is PS5-only while EA Sports UFC 4 and the standalone Borderlands 2 expansion are available for PS4 players.
Xbox boss Phil Spencer says he views subscription services similar to Xbox's own Game Pass as something of "an inevitability".
Initially rumored for January 2022, the three titles will be going live tomorrow, free for all PlayStation Plus subscribers on PS4 and PS5.