PS Plus Premium and PS Plus Extra subscribers have noticed a handy new feature that adds new features to your console’s Wishlist and makes it noticeably more useful than ever.
If you subscribed to the new PSPlus Service with the higher Extra or Premium tiers, you will receive a notification if and when games are played on your PS5 Wishlists end up on the service. It might save you from buying the game outright when instead it can be downloaded at no extra cost (thanks, press square (opens in new tab)).
The new PS Plus subscription service launched in the US just days ago, with Sony revealing it full PS Plus premium games list on its official website to coincide with the launch. There’s plenty to see, from PS1 through to PS4and this new wishlist notification reinforces Sony’s desire to add more games to the service with future updates.
A welcome wish list upgrade
Similar to other popular gaming platforms like Steam, the PS5 Wishlist is great for letting you know when a game you’re interested in has gone on sale. In view of many of the The best PS5 games are a fair bit more expensive than previous generations, so it’s particularly valuable to know when games have been released.
In that sense, this new wishlist feature isn’t too dissimilar to notification of discounts. Essentially, you’ll now also be notified if you can access a wishlist game via PS Plus Premium or PS Plus Extra without having to pay for it.
Of course, this update only applies to games that already have pages on the PlayStation Store. There will certainly be cases where more older games from the PS1 u psp be added, e.g. In this case, your best bet is to check PS Plus Premium directly for recently added games, similar to Xbox Game Pass.
We’ve been impressed with the variety of games offered on PS Plus Premium so far. PS5 hits like demons souls and return can be downloaded and played, as well as a variety of old-school favorites like Ape Escape and Everybody’s Golf. We hope Sony isn’t too quick to slow down, especially when it comes to preserving the classics from PlayStation’s bygone days.