Sony may have just unveiled its new PS Plus subscription tiers, but the reality is that there's still a lot that we don't know — especially with regards to PS Plus Premium. The service's most expensive option is attempting to sell itself on promises of backwards compatibility; Premium subs get access to PS3 game streaming alongside a catalogue of PS1, PS2, and PSP titles that can be streamed or downloaded.
The only problem is that we don't yet know what classic games are actually included. At the time of writing, Sony hasn't even teased a launch line-up, or anything of the sort. How many games does the catalogue feature? Are these games enhanced in any way? Do they have Trophy support? None of these questions have answers yet.
Granted, Sony has a few months to relay that information. The new PS Plus tiers launch in June, which gives the Japanese giant time to roll things out bit by bit, as to not overwhelm potential subscribers. But still, it's a bit weird that Premium's immediate sales pitch doesn't feature a taste of what's to come — especially when it's asking for £99.99 / $119.99 a year.
But hey, these classic games look "great" running on PS5 and PS4, according to PlayStation boss Jim Ryan, as per an interview with Famitsu. Hopefully we get to see them for ourselves in the near future!