A handful of retro games likely coming in PlayStation Plus’s upcoming Premium tier have seemingly leaked online.
Tekken 2, Worms Armageddon, Worms World Party, and Mr. Driller for the original PlayStation have all appeared on the PSN backend, alongside Ridge Racers 2 for PSP.
Reddit user the_andshrew spotted the hidden games, as reported by Eurogamer, which will likely be part of the most expensive PS Plus tier when the service is refreshed in June.
New PlayStation Plus: Confirmed Games So Far
The Premium tier, which will cost users $119.99 a year, will include 340 retro games from the PS1, PS2, and PSP, plus the ability to stream PS3 games and access to around 400 PS4 and PS5 games that are included in the previous Extra tier.
PlayStation itself has yet to confirm which games are coming to the service, meaning these leaks aren’t official and need to be taken with a pinch of salt, but the games definitely have been added to the PSN backend complete with artwork.
With the refresh due for release as early as May 23 in most of Asia, PlayStation will likely unveil the full list of games soon, especially as they’re already being leaked online.
The service is expected to launch in the U.S. on June 13 and Europe on June 22 after finally being revealed in March following months of reports and speculation around Sony releasing a competitor to Xbox Game Pass.
The services are not the same however, most evident by the fact the new PS Plus will not offer first-party games as part of the service on the day they’re released, but will only add them much later.
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