One of the more exciting and interesting parts of the new updated PS Plus system is the collections of games in both the extra and premium tiers, with new titles added each month.
July has already seen a collection of PS4 and PS5 confirmed to be coming to service on July 19th 2022 by PlayStation with multiple high-profile titles being made available to subscribers. According to PlayStation Italy, however, there could be more titles on the way in the near future. Here's what we know.
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PlayStation Italy Lists Dino Crisis and Other Classic Titles For PS Plus in July.
In a since-edited post found on the Italian version of the PlayStation Blog, the classic catalogue listings for PS Plus Premium subscribers seemingly had three extra titles that weren't mentioned anywhere else in the world.
The titles in question were Capcom's Dino Crisis for the PS1 as well as the Ridge Racer 2 for the PSP and SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny also for the PSP. These titles only being posted on the Italian version of the blog suggests that it was a mistake and that it wasn't intentional but it brings up the question of why these games?
They are titles that have been rumoured to make their appearance in the past, with Ridge Racer 2 having appeared on the PlayStation Network's backend servers back in April before the new PS Plus service fully launched and Dino Crisis artwork has appeared on the Hong Kong PSN Store back in May.
This suggests that there are plans to bring both titles to the PlayStation stores, likely through the PS Plus Premium Catalogue but the outlier of the three is SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny which didn't have any notable appearances before this blog post announcing it.