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PlayStation Plus Free Games Will Be Adding 50 More Games To The List

by Abdul Wassay
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PlayStation Plus free games list is already so expansive. The Extra tier of PlayStation Plus was launched with 217 free games for players to receive when they signed up for the higher tier. We’ve already gotten our PlayStation Plus July 2022 games, but it seems as though Ubisoft wants to increase that list by 50 more games. When the new revision of PS Plus finally launched a couple of weeks ago, the free game catalog included a decent number of Ubisoft games, and before 2022 ends it seems like they want to increase that number by a lot.

As stated in a newer post on the PlayStation Blog, Ubisoft confirmed that it was planning to add a lot more games to the Ubisoft+ Classics service shortly. As of right now, the Ubisoft+ Classics service is available to both PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium members and boasts 27 games in total. Ubisoft has confirmed that by the end of 2022, there will be over 50 Ubisoft games on the service, although they didn’t exactly state which games they were going to be.

Ubisoft said stated their plans for the service:

Ubisoft+ Classics initially launched with 27 Ubisoft titles, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, The Division, and For Honor, as well as classic games like Child of Light, Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon, Watch Dogs, and Werewolves Within, with plans to expand the library to include over 50 titles by the end of 2022

In just the upcoming week, Ubisoft announced that it would be expanding the Ubisoft+ Classics with the addition of many Assassin’s Creed games. Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Assassin’s Creed Unity, and Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered will be added to the service on Tuesday, July 19th, and will be accessible to PlayStation Plus subscribers. 7 more classic games for free, doesn’t sound like a bad deal, and it only seems like they’re going to add even more titles in the future.

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