PlayStation Plus Will Have 20 New Games From PS5, PS4 and PS3

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PlayStation Plus is a subscription service that gives PS4, PS5, and PS3 owners access to online multiplayer gaming, exclusive discounts, and a monthly selection of free games.

Starting in February, PlayStation Plus will be adding 20 new games to its monthly selection, drawn from all three console generations. This includes classics like God of War III and Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, as well as more recent hits like Bloodborne and The Last of Us Remastered.

This is a huge increase from the usual 10 games that are offered each month. PlayStation Plus is a subscription service that gives gamers access to a library of games to play each month. The service costs $9.99 per month or $59.99 for a year.

This is a great way for PlayStation Plus members to catch up on some of the best games of the past decade or try something new if they're looking for something different. With such a diverse selection of titles, there's something for everyone.

PlayStation Plus has been a great value for gamers since it launched in 2010. The service has constantly evolved and added new features, such as the ability to play online multiplayer games, cloud saves, and exclusive discounts. PlayStation Plus has been a great way for gamers to try new games each month and keep their library fresh.

The 20 new games that are being added to PlayStation Plus are:

PS5:

- Godfall
- Bugsnax
- Solar Ash
- destruction AllStars
- Oddworld: Soulstorm

PS4:

- Control
- Concrete Genie
- Destruction AllStars
- Oddworld: Soulstorm
- MLB The Show 21

PS3:

- Darksiders
- Syndicate
- MX vs ATV: All Out
- Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath

This is an incredible value for PlayStation Plus subscribers. Godfall, Control, and Concrete Genie are all great games that are worth the price of admission alone. With 20 games being added to the service, there is something for everyone.

If you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber, be sure to check out the 20 new games that are being added to the service. If you are not a subscriber, now is a great time to join. The service is only getting better and better.

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