PS Plus: Some video games aren’t accessible on PC

By Clément Bartholomé – Modified on June 28, 2022 at 12:26

Not straightforward to navigate with the brand new method of PS Plus and its huge catalog of video games. On PC, it’s much more complicated as a result of some titles don’t work and others are merely lacking.

With PS Now, now included within the new PS PlusSony already allowed PC gamers to have streaming entry to pick PlayStation video games for just a few years. The characteristic remains to be current through the most costly subscription plan, the PS Plus Premium which prices €16.99 monthly / €49.99 per quarter / €119.99 per yr. It’s extra exactly attainable to stream PlayStation, PSP, PS2, PS3 and PS4 video games” from a range within the Classics Catalog and the Video games Catalog ». However just a few issues arose.

A whole bunch of video games unavailable on the PS Plus PC app

A Reddit consumer reported that some video games accessible for streaming on PS4 and PS5 aren’t through the PS Plus app for Home windows PC. Specifically, it counted a complete of 102 lacking PS3 video games, together with glorious titles equivalent to Asura’s Wrath, Satan Could Cry 4, God of Struggle I and II HD, Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One, Notorious 1 and a couple of… anomaly which additionally considerations a number of PS2 and PS4 video games like Jak 3. You’ll be able to discover the listing right here.

The opposite downside is that many video games have been misclassified within the catalog on PC. Dying Stranding, Tekken 2, The Final of Us Remastered, Uncharted The Nathan Drake Assortment and even Marvel’s Spider-Man Version GOTY are labeled as PS3 video games when they’re PS4 variations. Similar factor for some PS1, PS2 and PSP video games. Outcome, it’s inconceivable to launch them. Along with these issues which we hope will probably be shortly corrected, the PC software attracts different criticisms such because the absence of a search bar or the truth that solely the DualShock 4 controller works with the software program.