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PlayStation accidentally announces wrong free games for PS Plus

PlayStation accidentally announces wrong free games for PS Plus

PlayStation has accidentally slipped up, announcing two incorrect titles for this month's PS Plus line-up.

This month may have brought us a strong PlayStation Plus line-up, but it’s been accompanied by quite the series of blunders. In case you missed it, 23 titles will soon be added across the Extra and Premium tiers including Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – The Definitive Edition, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, and Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition.

These titles join the previously announced Essential tier October line-up which includes Hot Wheels Unleashed, Injustice 2, and Superhot. Those games are available now whilst the Extra and Premium games hit the service on 18 October. It’s already been unveiled that some of these titles will be unplayable for PlayStation 5 users and now it’s come to light that Sony’s reveal included a couple of errors too.

Are you ready for the upcoming PlayStation exclusive God Of War Ragnarök? Take a look at the latest trailer below.

It was announced yesterday that Limbo and Ultimate Street Fighter IV would be coming to the Premium classics library via PlayStation 3 backwards compatibility. It’s true that PS3 games are available on the Premium catalogue via cloud streaming. The thing is, Limbo and Ultra Street Fighter IV have perfectly good PlayStation 4 versions so naturally, fans wondered why subscribers wouldn’t be getting these editions.

It turns out they are. As reported by Push Square, PlayStation have quietly updated the blog post revealing October’s games and Limbo and Ultra Street Fighter IV are now listed as PS4 titles which makes a lot more sense.

In other news, it was recently unveiled that Sony spent $3.1 million on one of this year’s Essential tier free titles. It’s a hefty payout considering fans weren’t even that impressed by the title.

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Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus