The PlayStation 5's PS Plus Collection, which grants subscribers access to a range of great titles at no extra cost, won't be disappearing when the service transitions to its new three-tier system in June. The added bonus will become part of PS Plus Essential, which is the base offering that all current PS Plus members will be automatically converted to in the summer. Sony confirmed its plans to keep the list of 20 PS4 titles to IGN.
This means the base PS Plus Essential tier includes the usual free PS5, PS4 games on a monthly basis, cloud storage for saves, access to online multiplayer, exclusive discounts, and now the PS Plus Collection. While Sony already spelt its inclusion out to us in its blog post earlier today, it's always nice to have official confirmation. "There are no changes for existing PlayStation Plus members in this tier," the company said.
Should you choose to upgrade your membership to PS Plus Extra, you'll then gain access to "a catalog of up to 400 of the most enjoyable PS4 and PS5 games". At the time of writing, God of War is the only game that overlaps between the PS Plus Collection and what's confirmed for the launch line-up of PS Plus Extra. You'll also be able to download the likes of Returnal, Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, and Death Stranding.