New classics PS Plus They haven’t officially launched yet, however, with the service making its Asia debut in the next few hours, some PS1 titles have started rolling out on Malaysian PSN – and subscribers have already tried to test it out. A number of features such as accuracy, save and cup compatibility have been highlighted.
First, the bad news for PlayStation Platinum collectors: apparently, not all games will support this functionality. Although the Siphon filter has confirmed the existence of the grandmotherOddworld: Abe’s Oddyssee, a game recently added to the server, does not offer this option to fans.
Besides Oddworld, games like Ridge Racer 2, Worms World Party and Worms Armageddon have also appeared on Asian servers. The new PS Plus classics, as shown in the video above, have graphic modes (CTR filter) with native resolution and two other options.
- Standard, 1:1 original from older TVs;
- classic retro
As indicated by subscribers and the portal MP1stGames have saving data at any time during gameplay and multiple slots to save progress. In addition, it is possible to take advantage of the rewind function, which will allow you to return to the selected point in the timeline displayed on the screen.
Another interesting information regarding the pricing of the classic titles mentioned above. according to VGCPrice ranges from $4.56 to $8.89 – R$22.41 to R$43.70 in direct conversion – per classic.
In the console menu, game ports are presented as PS4 and PS5 titles. As explained by MP1st, game save files can be uploaded to PS Plus cloud storage.
15 unmissable new PS Plus classics
a team MyPlaystation He created a list of 15 games that cannot be left out from the catalog of classic games for the new PS Plus. Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories, Jackie Chan Stuntmaster and Driver are some of them. See others here!
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