The PlayStation Plus Collection, which offers free first-party titles and classic games from other studios, will no longer be available from May 9th, Sony announced on Wednesday in a PlayStation blog post. Sony started offering the service to PS5 owners in 2020 who subscribed to the PlayStation Plus service before it was revamped.
The PlayStation Plus Collection packs an impressive library of PS4 classics such as God of War, The Last of Us Remastered, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Bloodborne and many more. Players who have redeemed the titles can play any time if they have a PlayStation Plus subscription. PlayStation Plus subscribers have until May 9th to claim whatever title they want from the Collection before it goes away.
The PlayStation Plus Collection might be going away, but Sony still offers a huge library of games to players who subscribe to its revamped PlayStation Plus service.