PlayStation has announced the list of games coming this November to the PS Plus Extra and Premium subscription services, the two most expensive rates on the platform. One of the titles, Teardown, is now available to subscribed users, while the rest of the games can be claimed starting Tuesday, November 21.
In June 2022, PlayStation changed the model of its subscription service to make it compete with Xbox Game Pass. Since then, PlayStation Plus functions as a catalog of on-demand games with three subscription levels: Essential, Extra and Premium. Each level is more expensive than the last, but also offers more benefits.
Below, we review all the games coming to PlayStation Plus this November.
PlayStation Plus Extra, in the style of a “Netflix of video games”, offers access to a catalog with more than 400 PS4 and PS5 titles and the Ubisoft Classics service with 27 games from the French company. The price is 13.99 euros monthly, 39.99 euros quarterly or 99.99 euros per year.
PS Plus Premium is the most expensive version of the PlayStation subscription service. It offers access to the same as the PS Plus Extra with the addition of a catalog of 340 PSX, PS2, PSP and PS3 video games (only accessible through streaming and cloud gaming). The price is 16.99 euros per month, 49.99 euros per quarter or 119.99 euros per year.