Sony has revealed that they are adding two more games to the PlayStation Plus Collection, broadening the already flourishing library of games that will be launching alongside the PlayStation 5.
The two new current-gen games being added to the collection are Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and Call of Duty Black Ops 3: Zombies Chronicles Edition, which Ps Plus subscribers will be able to download to their next-gen consoles.
The two new inclusions join the likes of various third party games already in the library such as Batman: Arkham Knight, Fallout 4, and Final Fantasy 15. It also includes first-party games like The Last Guardian, God of War, and Bloodborne.
Call of Duty Black Ops 3: Zombies Chronicles Edition includes an entirely remastered edition of eight original zombie maps from various modes established in the series. While the game also has the base game found in Call of Duty Black Ops 3, the major focus is its zombie mode which has become so famous after it was originally introduced with Call of Duty World at War.
On the other hand, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is a collection of three games namely Crash Warped, Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot. All three games were remade from the base up with new graphics and a new engine in one package. Crash Bandicoot became popular on the PlayStation 1 thanks to these classic games and their spin-offs.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has been so successful that developer Activision followed the game immediately with Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, a remade edition of the original Crash Team Racing. Following the triumph of both remakes, the studio announced and launched a sequel called Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time last September.
Revealed at the September PlayStation 5 Showcase, The PlayStation Plus Collection is a new project by Sony which will bring a collection of famous games from the PlayStation 4 to the next-gen console. While most of the games in the collection are from Sony’s first-party lineup, players can anticipate a few popular third-party games too.
The PS Plus Collection appears to be a major project for fans who are having second thoughts on jumping to Sony’s next-gen console from the PlayStation 4 when it releases. While Sony has made it clear that the project is not a direct rival of Microsoft’s Game Pass, the lineup is certain to capture the attention of current and future PlayStation fans alike.
With the inclusion of a couple of new games, it’s easy to see that the PlayStation Plus Collection is growing with time as the PlayStation 5 arrives in player’s hands.