The new three-tier version of PlayStation Plus launched today in select countries in Asia. Appropriately, we’ve received the first technical details to support PlayStation Classics and PlayStation 3.
While we’ll have to wait about four more weeks before we can enjoy the revamped three-tiered PlayStation Plus model, the service launched in select Asian markets like Hong Kong this Tuesday.
In line with this, we’ve received more interesting details about the new subscription service. After it became apparent in the past few days that trophy support for PlayStation Classics is only optional, the whole thing has now been officially confirmed. Thus, it is up to the developers or publishers whether they later offer their PlayStation titles with trophy feature support.
The same applies to the fact that which version of the classics is presented. Here too, there doesn’t appear to be any firm specs from Sony Interactive Entertainment (yet).
Frame rate fluctuates between 25 and 30 fps
While first-party productions such as “Everybody’s Golf”, “Wild Arms”, “Jumping Flash” or “Kurushi” just like the “Worms” titles “World Party” and “Armageddon” are also available outside Europe on PAL versions are based on “Tekken” 2″, “Siphon Filter”, “Abe’s Oddysee” or “Mr. Driller” in NTSC version. The PAL format is based on 50 Hz and therefore operates slightly slower than its NTSC counterpart with 60 Hz. In addition, the frame rate for PAL titles is set to 25 frames per second, while NTSC titles are displayed at 30 frames per second.
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The PlayStation Classic console since 2018 has been largely based on the 50Hz PAL versions, which frustrated North American gamers in particular. Another detail concerns the classic PlayStation 3 games, which, as is known, can only be played via the cloud. As Sony Interactive Entertainment explained here, you have to dispense with add-ons and downloadable content for PS3 games on PS5, as they cannot be streamed or used via the cloud.
An event that should come as a surprise to only a few. Finally, it was the same with PlayStation 3 games played through PlayStation Now. Here is a list of the PS3 classics that have been confirmed for the new PlayStation Plus service so far.
PS Plus: These PS3 games will be presented at launch
- Asura’s wrath
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2
- Commando crash
- Devil May Cry HD Collection
- demon souls
- Enslaved: The Saga of the West
- Golf Hot Shots: Beyond Boundaries
- Golf Hot Shots: A Global Invitation
- Notorious 2
- Lost Planet 2
- Loco Roku Kokuriko!
- Moto Storm apocalypse
- MotorStorm RC
- Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2
- Is raining
- Red Dead Redemption Undead Nightmare
- Questions and rumbles: Searching for booty
- Ratchet & Clank: A crack in time
- Ratchet & Clank: In the Nexus
- Resistance 3
- Super Stardust HD
- Tokyo jungle
- When the vikings attack
The three-tier PlayStation Plus service launched in Europe, provided by us here All important details summed up, on June 22, 2022.
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