PlayStation Plus Extra is quite solid, but Premium needs a lot of work (2023)

On June 13th, PlayStation launched its long-awaited updated PlayStation Plus in North America.

By combining the previous PlayStation Plus with its PlayStation Now game streaming platform and throwing in additional perks like a vastly expanded catalogue and game trials, Sony now has an all-around more robust subscription service.

Specifically, it’s broken down into three tiers:

PS Plus Essential — same as the original PS Plus, includes online multiplayer, a few free monthly games, cloud saves and more
PS Plus Extra — everything with Essential, plus nearly 400 additional PS4 and PS5 games
PS Plus Premium — everything with Extra and Essential, plus hundreds of additional games from PS1/PS2/PSP/PS3 eras, streaming for select titles and time-limited game trials

It’s quite a lot on the whole, and it’s not exactly all easy to follow. But after going hands-on with PS Plus Premium over the past few days, my big takeaway is that there’s a fair amount to like — albeit with some fairly big caveats.

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PS Plus Extra

  • Before I go further, I should address the big green elephant in the room: Xbox Game Pass.

I suspect many people are disappointed by the new PS Plus on the basis of it not directly stacking up to Microsoft’s game subscription service. After all, it won’t have big first-party games on day one, among other differences. And I understand why, to an extent, given all of the reports and public comments made over the past several months. But I also understand that Sony and Microsoft are two different companies, and for the former, dumping $100 million games onto a subscription service just isn’t feasible. I have other issues with PS Plus, which I’ll get into later.

With that out of the way, here’s pricing for PS Plus Extra:

  • 1 month — $17.99 CAD
  • 3 months — $49.99
  • 12 months — $114.99

The ‘Extra’ tier adds hundreds of PS4 and PS5 games, and it’s easily what the new PS Plus does best. Impressively, PlayStation has rounded up a varied assortment of first- and third-party games that should appeal to pretty much anyone.

Returnal was one of last year’s most acclaimed games, and it’s part of PS Plus Extra. (Image credit: PlayStation)

Exclusives-wise, there’s a really good lineup that includes Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales,Horizon Zero Dawn Complete Edition,Shadow of the Colossus, and even a few PS5-only titles, like Death Stranding: Director’s Cut, Returnal and Demon’s Souls. This is on top of the PS Plus Collection that’s been offered on PS5 via the base ‘Essential’ tier, which features must-play PlayStation games like God of War, BloodborneandThe Last of Us Remastered.

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But it’s the third-party roster that’s even more notable. Overall, it seems like PlayStation has gotten deals from pretty much every major publisher, as well as a bunch of indies, and it’s an all-around great lineup.

Some of the highlights are:

  • Action/adventure — Control Ultimate Edition (PS4 and PS5), Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4), The Wonderful 101 Remastered (PS4), Canadian-made Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (PS4 and PS5) and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (PS4 and PS5)
  • Fighting— Soul Calibur VI (PS4), Injustice 2 (PS4), Mortal Kombat 11 (PS4 and PS5),
  • RPG — Final Fantasy VII, VIII Remastered, IX, X/X-2 HD Remaster and XII: The Zodiac Age (all PS4), Kingdom Come: Deliverance (PS4), Canadian-made Child of Light (PS4)
  • Shooter — Doom (PS4), Prey (PS4), Sniper Elite 4 (PS4), Canadian-made Far Cry 3 Classic Edition (PS4)
  • Sports— NBA 2K22 (PS5), Wreckfest (PS4 and PS5), Canadian-made PGA Tour 2K21 (PS4)

While many of these games are a bit older, they’re undeniably quality experiences. To that point, I was especially pleased to see a bunch of indies mixed in there, including The Artful Escape(PS4 and PS5),Thomas Was Alone (PS4), Outer Wilds (PS4) and Canadian-madeWytchwood(PS4 and PS5) andThe Messenger(PS4). For context, the sheer number of Extra catalogue of games is comparable to Game Pass’, as both exceed 300. Ultimately, there’s a lot of value with PS Plus Extra, and I can easily recommend it if you’re willing to shell out a bit more money on this service.

PS Plus Premium

  • 1 month — $21.99
  • 3 months — $59.99
  • 12 months — $139.99

Here’s where the new PS Plus gets rougher — for several reasons.

To start, though, the best part about this tier is the lineup of PS3 titles.Castlevania: Lords of Shadow HD; Devil May Cry HD Collection; Fallout 3andFallout: New Vegas;God of WarandGod of War II; inFamousandinFamous 2;andResident Evil 4 HD. This isn’t exactlynew, though, as PlayStation Now previously offered PS3 games. Still, if you’re someone who never did subscribe to the streaming service, or see some PS3 titles that tickle your fancy, it’s not half bad.

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This Toy Story 2 game was one of my favourites growing up. Pure nostalgia! (Image credit: Disney/Pixar)

But everything else about PS Plus Premium leaves something to be desired. The most glaring issue is that the highly requested retro offering is just sorely lacking. To be sure, there are some nice gems, including Tekken 2,Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue!andResident Evil: Director’s Cut. I’m especially happy to seeApe Escape, considering I never played it the first time around. It’s also wonderful to see that PS Plus is emulating the superior 60Hz versions of games, following some initial concerns. I spent a bit of time with all of the above titles and my experience was extremely smooth.

But to have less than 40 games from three entire platforms — PS1, PS2 and PSP — is pretty disgraceful. Tomb Raider,Silent Hill 2,Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions,Marvel vs. Capcom 2, Rayman… there are so many noteworthy games you could mention that are missing. And even ignoring third-party titles, there are big omissions from PlayStation’s own roster, including The Legend of Dragoon,Gran Turismo andTomba!

“…the way PlayStation has determined which games fall into the “classics” category is confusing at best, and sleazy at worst.”

To be fair, many of PlayStation’s earlier years were defined by big third-party titles, so it’s not quite as simple as Sony drawing from its own catalogue. Third-party negotiations would have certainly had to be made. And several classics are already accounted for with improved re-releases, likeFinal Fantasy VII(included with Extra), theCrash Bandicoottrilogy (theN. Sanecollection is available via the PS Plus Collection) andSpyro the Dragon trilogy (sold separately on PS4). Nonetheless, PlayStation fans have been clamouring for retro titles for years, and just a few dozen games just don’t cut it right now.

Another issue is that Sony’s decision to carve up the new PS Plus into three different tiers makes navigating the dedicated PS Plus tab on my PS5 quite convoluted. On Xbox, it’s simple; open up the Xbox Store, go to the ‘Game Pass’ section and select one of several categories, starting with ‘All games A-Z’ and ‘Recently added.’ For comparison’s sake, I picked the former. Now, because there are only two Game Pass memberships (the $11.99/month base membership and $16.99/month Ultimate tier), it’s quite simple to scroll through. Since some games are available only through EA Play (which is included with Ultimate and sold separately), they’ll have a little ‘EA Play’ icon. Otherwise, everything else is available through either Game Pass subscription option. I can find every game with a few button presses, and I know right away which belongs to which of the two memberships. Straightforward, right?

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On PlayStation, however, I can’t view a fulllist of games, even as a Premium member. Hitting ‘Game Catalog’ brings up a lineup of titles in a pre-arranged ‘Default’ order. From there, you can sort using a variety of filters, including A-Z, release date and genre. But even selecting ‘A-Z’ doesn’t give you complete picture, as it’s actually only the Extracatalogue here. As a Premium member, you’ll also want to venture into the tab beside ‘Game Catalog,’ ‘Classic Games.’ But thisstilldoesn’t include everything; only the service’s small offering of PS1, PS2 and PSP games. Oddly, going to the ‘All new PlayStation Plus benefits’ column below ‘Game Catalog’ and ‘Classic Games’ has a full breakdown of perks per membership tier.This’Classics Catalog’ option has all of the games that are added with Premium.

But even then, the way it’s broken down is… odd. They have a whole section just for PSP, PlayStation and PS2, then another for PS3. There’s no way to filter by platform. What’s more, the way PlayStation has determined which games fall into the “classics” category is confusing at best, and sleazy at worst. Essentially, there were many games from the PS3 era that got re-released on PS4, many through special “HD remasters.” And, for context, a lot of these HD releases were either only ever available on PS4 and other consoles from that generation or just got straight digital ports from PS3 to PS4.

But the problem with PS Plus is that — as part of Premium offering PS3 games — it’s lumping in all of these titles under the higher membership. This means that even though, say, the Jak and Daxtertrilogy was released on PS4, PlayStation is seemingly considering these as PS2 titles (based on their original release) and, therefore, locking them behind Premium. The same goes for Batman: Return to Arkham,BioShock RemasteredandBioShock Infinite: The Complete Edition,God of War 3 Remastered,Borderlands: The Handsome Collection, Gravity Rush Remastered (originally a PS Vita game, but the point still stands) and more. These are all PS4 releases, but they’re under the rather buried ‘Remasters’ category in the PS Plus tab, which PlayStation is treating as worthy of a Premium membership, not Extra. I understand the original PS3 versions being locked behind streaming via Premium (this is basically what PlayStation Now used to do), but making actual PS4 releases unavailable to Extra subscribers — the tier specifically dedicated to PS4 and PS5 games — just seems cheap.

Finally, Premium has the timed game trials, which are much better across the board. Considering games can cost as much as $90 before taxes nowadays, the ability to try them out before buying is most welcome. Even better is the fact that you get access to the full game, not some super-polished short slice of it, which will definitely give you a better idea if you like it. Most helpful: these also range in length depending on the game. For example, big open-world titles like Horizon Forbidden WestandCyberpunk 2077have five-hour demos, while something smaller like the side-scrolling skateboarderOlliOlli Worldoffers just one hour.

The only real shortcoming with these demos, other than the fact that they’re locked behind the highest tier, is there are just too few of them. Altogether, only 15 titles are included (technically 16 since Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection includes two Uncharted games):

  • Biomutant (PS4) — two hours
  • The Cruel King and the Great Hero (PS4) — two hours
  • Crusader Kings III (PS5) — three hours
  • Cyberpunk 2077 (PS4/PS5) — five hours
  • Elex II (PS4/PS5) — two hours
  • Farming Simulator 22 (PS4/PS5) — three hours
  • Horizon Forbidden West (PS4/PS5) — five hours
  • Hot Wheels Unleashed (PS5) — two hours
  • Lego City Undercover (PS4) — two hours
  • MotoGP 22 (PS4/PS5) — two hours
  • OlliOlli World (PS4/PS5) — one hour
  • SpellForce III Reforced (PS5) — two hours
  • Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: Next-Level Edition (PS4/PS5) — two hours
  • Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (PS5) — two hours
  • WWE 2K22 (PS5) — two hours

A recent report indicated that PlayStation will require all developers making games above a certain price point to offer a demo, although Sony hasn’t said anything official about that. Hopefully, that proves to be true and the lineup of trials significantly expands over time, because it’s quite meager as it stands. It would also be nice if there was some sort of incentive to purchase a game you tried out. While it’s nice that save and trophy progress carries over, some sort of discount would go a long way. Game Pass, for reference, offers 20 percent off any title in its catalogue.

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The verdict

As someone whose main gaming platform has been PlayStation since he started playing games, the new PS Plus is exactly the sort of service that should appeal to me. But unfortunately, it’s only somewhat successful in that regard. The PS Plus Extra tier has a strong library of PS4 and PS5 titles, especially several indies I missed out on, and I do see myself continuing to subscribe to that after the three-month trial provided to me by Sony expires. If you’re someone who games often, I’d definitely say Extra is worth it right now.

However, it’s hard to say the same about PS Plus Premium. Outside of a decent batch of PS3 titles, there’s a paltry amount of PS1, PS2 and PSP games. That’s to say nothing of the even smaller assortment of trials. In many ways, it feels like a beta or, in more common gamer parlance, “early access” — some promising features hobbled together but lacking anything fully formed.

Considering PlayStation had years to study what Xbox did with Game Pass, or even Nintendo with its own ever-growing Switch Online service, I’d hoped that the new PS Plus would be more impressive. Of course, PlayStation has promised that more Extra and Premium games will be offered every month, so it remains to be seen how solid that support will be. Hopefully, PlayStation Plus improves enough to fully capitalize on its immense potential.

FAQs

Is PS Plus Extra and Premium the same? ›

PlayStation Plus Premium is the most feature-rich — and the most expensive — tier of the three. First off, Premium includes all of the features found in the Essential and Extra tiers. On top of that, players also get access to hundreds of PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP games.

Why does it keep saying error when I try to buy PS Plus? ›

Many users trying to purchase a PS Now or PS Plus subscription are running into PlayStation error code E-8210604A. There are a few reasons that might cause the E-8210604A error code: An issue with your payment method (credit or debit card, PayPal account, etc.) You have outdated account data on your personal account.

How does PS Plus extra works? ›

PS Plus Extra

It includes all the benefits of the standard plan plus access to a catalogue of up to 400 PS4 and PS5 games to play at no extra cost. It is priced at £10.99 / $14.99 / €13.99 per month, £31.99 / $39.99 / €39.99 for 3-months, or £83.99 / $99.99 / €99.99 if paid for yearly.

Why won't my PS4 let me buy PS Plus? ›

If you are trying to purchase a free trial, such as PlayStation Plus, please make sure you have not used the trial period in the past as these can only be used once. Try restoring your licences by going to Settings > Account Management > Restore Licences on your PS4 system, then try your purchase again.

Do PS Plus extra games expire? ›

Sony has made clear when games would leave PlayStation Plus since the service relaunched back in June.

How long is PS Plus extra? ›

PlayStation Plus Extra is an ongoing subscription with a recurring fee of $99.99 charged automatically every 12 months. Expand this section for further details.

Why is PlayStation not accepting my payment? ›

If the issue persists, please contact your bank or card provider to confirm that the payment method has been activated, has available funds and hasn't been blocked. Make sure to have all of your security information to hand.

What error is e 8210604A on PS4? ›

As mentioned earlier, the error E-8210604A on PS4 appears when you're attempting to buy a new PS Plus membership or are planning to extend it after expiration. It can also mean that your current payment method is not working when purchasing a new PS Plus subscription.

Is it worth upgrading to PS extra? ›

As a standalone service, PS Plus Essentials offers little value, with only online play, a small number of free games, and rotating discounts on purchases. The large library of games accessed at the Extra tier makes it an obvious upgrade for all PlayStation gamers, although PS5 owners will get the most out of it.

Does PS Plus extra work on PS4? ›

The new PlayStation Plus is currently supported on the following devices: PlayStation 5 console – streaming and game downloads. PlayStation 4 console – streaming and game downloads. PC – streaming only.

Does PS Plus Extra have streaming? ›

PlayStation Plus Premium

Enjoy all the core PlayStation Plus benefits, hundreds of games in the Game Catalogue, and premium benefits like game trials, cloud streaming, and the Classics Catalogue. Cloud Streaming requires minimum internet speed of 5mbps (15 mbps for 1080p).

Can you stack PS Plus memberships? ›

If you want to experience PS Plus Premium, you'll need to pay up.

Can you get a refund after buying PS Plus? ›

A subscription includes any purchase of a service with recurring fees from PlayStation Store, such as PlayStation®Plus. After purchasing a subscription through PlayStation Store, you have 14 days to request a refund. However, we may reduce your refund amount based on how much you have used the service.

Can you share PS Plus premium? ›

So long as one account on the PS4 or PS5 has PS Plus and is set as the primary account for that console, anyone who signs into that console with another PlayStation Network account will be able to share many of those benefits and play any digital games associated with it.

How often will games be added to PS Plus extra? ›

While the basic PS Plus Essential tier includes three free games each month, subscribing to PS Plus Extra or Premium will get you even more. At the Extra level, you'll get new PS4 and PS5 games each month.

What games are leaving PS Plus extra? ›

Games Leaving PS Plus Extra/Premium In November 2022
  • GreedFall – Standard Edition (Extra/Premium)
  • Mafia – Definitive Edition (Premium)
  • Mafia II – Definitive Edition (Premium)
  • Mafia III – Definitive Edition (Extra/Premium)
  • Ride 4 (Extra/Premium)
  • MXGP 2021 (Extra/Premium)
4 Nov 2022

How much is PS+ extra for a year? ›

At $10 per month or $60 for the year, PS Plus: Essential is essentially no different than the previous PS Plus subscription. It offers all the same features, including access to online play, two monthly games for free, cloud storage and exclusive discounts at the PlayStation Store.

How do I fix an issue with payment? ›

To fix these errors, try the following steps:
  1. Make sure your card & address information is up to date.
  2. Submit any extra information that is requested.
  3. Check you have sufficient funds for the purchase.
  4. Contact your bank or card issuer.
  5. If you see "Your payment was declined due to an issue with your account"

Can I buy PS Plus with my wallet? ›

Wallet funds can then be used to purchase content and services from PlayStation Store. If you're making a purchase, any wallet funds will be spent first. If you're buying a subscription with wallet funds, you may still be required to add a payment method to your account.

Why PlayStation is not accepting my PayPal account? ›

Check that the card details on your PayPal account are correct and the card is not expired. If your PayPal is not compatible with your PlayStation Store country/region, you can use another payment method or purchase wallet vouchers to make purchases.

Is PS Plus stopping? ›

Sony has temporarily prevented existing PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now members from extending their subscriptions as it prepares to combine them into the revamped PS Plus. It's a clear attempt to stop users from getting years of access to the highest tier of the updated service on the cheap.

How do I contact PlayStation Plus support? ›

Dial 1-800-345-7669 to call PlayStation for immediate assistance.
  1. Calling the customer service line is the fastest way to get in touch with PlayStation for assistance with technical issues or account problems that you're having.
  2. Have your account information handy so the representative is better able to assist you.

How do I restore my PlayStation Plus? ›

  1. Go to Settings > Account Management > Restore Licenses.
  2. Select Restore and wait until the operation has been completed and try accessing your content again.

How do I fix error e 8200012C? ›

E-8200012C
  1. Go Settings > PlayStation™Network/Account Management > Account Information > Wallet > Payment Methods. ...
  2. Ensure that the address information on your account is the same as the address registered to your card.
  3. If this does not solve your issue, please read our article below.

What does Error Code CE 33992 6 mean on PS4? ›

Internet connection test error. Please check the status of PSN services by visiting the status page on a connected device. If PSN services are showing as green and you still receive this error code, the connectivity issue might be related to your home network.

What is error CE in PS4? ›

An error has occurred with the application. Close the application, install the latest System Software and game updates and restart the system. If you have upgraded the Hard Disk Drive ("HDD") in your system, please re-install the original HDD.

Can you downgrade PS Plus extra? ›

Go to Settings > Users and Accounts. Select Account > Payment and Subscriptions > Subscriptions. Select your PlayStation Plus subscription and select Change Plan.

Can you download PS Plus extra games? ›

Monthly games are games available for you to download and play at no extra cost during your PlayStation Plus membership.

Can you stack 12 month PS Plus? ›

In the FAQ, Sony says that subscribers to either of PlayStation's current premium services won't be able to add time to their existing subscriptions, also known as stacking.

What does stacking mean in PlayStation Plus? ›

Stacking a membership is where a user can use pre-paid cards to redeem an extension to their current membership. For example, a user with 12-months left of PlayStation Plus could previously buy another 12-months, stacking their membership to 2-years, even before the subscription expires.

What is stacking on PS4? ›

Puzzle, adventure. Mode(s) Single-player. The game is based on the Russian stacking matryoshka dolls, an idea coined by Double Fine's art director, Lee Petty, who saw the dolls as a means to replace the standard player interface used in graphical adventure games.

What happens when you lose PS Plus? ›

All of the games you've gotten through PS Plus will be locked. They will still be there but just won't launch. You won't be able to play them again unless you renew your membership on the same account.

Is PS premium worth? ›

A subscription to PS Plus is vital for any gamers who enjoy multiplayer games, as many require a subscription in order to go online. All the subscription tiers also offer two free monthly PS4 games and a free PS5 game, which subscribers can play for as long as their subscription is active.

Is PS Plus Deluxe worth it? ›

Verdict. If you're a PlayStation console owner and you spend a lot of time playing games on your PS4 or PS5 then PlayStation Plus Extra is a no-brainer. For the cost of one AAA title, you get access to a massive library of games that will have more added to it.

Can you upgrade from PS Plus extra to premium? ›

Go to Settings > Account Management. Select Account Information > PlayStation Subscriptions. Select your PlayStation Plus subscription and select Change Plan.

What are the different PS Plus subscriptions? ›

The new PlayStation Plus offers three different subscription tiers: PlayStation Plus Essential, PlayStation Plus Extra, and PlayStation Plus Premium. But PlayStation Plus is a tiered system, so there are different features available for each of the three. Let's look at what you get.

What are the different PS Plus memberships? ›

Game subscriptions like PS Plus and Microsoft's Game Pass offer a sizable library of games for a monthly fee. They can also get a bit confusing due to frequent changes in features and available games. PlayStation Plus is additionally split into three tiers, Essential, Extra and Premium, with different prices for each.

Can I stack PS Plus premium? ›

In the FAQ, Sony says that subscribers to either of PlayStation's current premium services won't be able to add time to their existing subscriptions, also known as stacking.

How much does it cost to upgrade from PS Plus to premium? ›

The Extra tier is priced at $15 per month, or $100 for a year's subscription. Upgrading to Extra adds the Game Catalog of PS4 and PS5 games, all of which can be downloaded to a console's hard drive, like Game Pass titles.

Is PS premium worth getting? ›

A subscription to PS Plus is vital for any gamers who enjoy multiplayer games, as many require a subscription in order to go online. All the subscription tiers also offer two free monthly PS4 games and a free PS5 game, which subscribers can play for as long as their subscription is active.

What is the best PS Plus plan? ›

The Best Games On PS Plus Premium & Extra (November 2022)
  • PlayStation Plus Essential ($9.99/month): This tier is the equivalent of the old PS Plus. ...
  • PlayStation Plus Extra ($14.99/month): Along with the Essential tier benefits, Extra provides access to hundreds of PS4 and PS5 games.

Is PS Plus 1 dollar for a month? ›

PlayStation Plus Essential is an ongoing subscription with a recurring fee of $9.99 charged automatically every month. Expand this section for further details. If your PSN wallet doesn't have enough funds the subscription fee will be automatically funded from your default payment method.

What does PS Plus stand for? ›

PlayStation Plus Premium

Enjoy all the PlayStation Plus benefits from the Extra and Essential plans, plus exclusive benefits like game trials, cloud streaming, and the Classics Catalog.

Can you play online without PS+? ›

In order to play most PS4 and PS5 games in online multiplayer, you need to have a PlayStation Plus subscription. Some games don't require a subscription, check PlayStation™Store to see if PlayStation Plus is required for online play.

What is PlayStation Plus called now? ›

PlayStation Now. Customers who had an active PlayStation Now membership when the new PlayStation Plus membership service launched were migrated over to PlayStation Plus Premium.

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