Sony has updated its plans to launch the category PlayStation Plus Extra and Premiumwith the Exit date for Europe in June 23so a day later than previously announced.
Confirmation came with yesterday’s PlayStation blog post, introducing a large list of games included with PS Plus Extra and Premium, as well as details on trial periods and tempo as new titles are added to the catalog.
From here we learn that the release of the new levels is set for May 24 in Asia, June 2 for Japan, June 13 for North and South America, and specifically on June 23 for Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Except for the Americas, each region’s dates slipped back by one day from the original announcement, indicating that they may have been updated for local time zones.
We’re talking about a pretty slight delay compared to the initial roadmap, but there’s a delay worth reporting given the number of gamers waiting for the PlayStation Plus 2.0 launch to access the extensive catalog of Extra and Premium PS5 and PS4 titles, which includes Devil Souls, Ghost of Tsushima, Death Stranding, Marvel’s Spider-Man, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla, to name a few.
To stay on topic, Ubisoft announced yesterday that Ubisoft+ will also arrive on PS5 and PS4. In addition, PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscribers will have access to the Ubisoft + Classic catalog, a selection of 27 titles from the French company that will expand through 2022.
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