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Sony releases full list of games included in PS5’s PlayStation Plus Collection

The new assortment is an added benefit to the existing PlayStation Plus subscription

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On Wednesday, Sony announced the full list of games included in the PlayStation Plus Collection, a group of games that will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers via backward compatibility on PlayStation 5. Games will be available for PS5 owners starting Nov. 12.

The PlayStation Plus Collection was announced in September, and fully detailed in a PlayStation Blog post today. It’s an added benefit for the existing PS Plus subscription, but not available on PlayStation 4. It comes in addition to monthly free games and online multiplayer already included. The benefit will roll out in the U.S., Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea when the console launches. Later, on Nov. 19, it will spread to the rest of the world.

Here’s what’s included:

According to Sony, users should see performance improvements across these titles. They will also include the new Game Help system, which includes on-screen tips and guidance in completing the games.