PlayStation Plus Revamped to Offer Two Games a Month For Each Platform

By   /   May 29, 2014

Sony has revamped its Instant Games Collection and will now be offering two games per month for each platform, including the PlayStation 4.

According to a post made on the PlayStation Blog by Sony Computer Entertainment’s PS Store and Plus content manager Chris Howe, the new IGC program will feature some changes that will be effective from June.

Every title is now going to be available from the first Wednesday of the month until the first Wednesday of the following month. Sony reasoned that most users have been downloading titles right away and this way will have access to more titles than before.

“Since we are always looking to continue the evolution of PS Plus as a service that really serves our community, we are excited to provide a more balanced set of games each month within the Instant Game Collection,” said Sony.

Sony also warned that some titles that have been part of the Instant Game Collection for a long time will be dropped out. The following titles will be leaving PlayStation Plus from May 30th:

  • Stick it to the Man
  • Payday 2
  • Brothers A Tale of Two Sons
  • Muramasa Rebirth
  • Everybody’s Golf

As for the titles in bound for Europe and North America, Sony is giving away Pixeljunk Shooter Ultimate and Trine 2: The Complete Story on the PlayStation 4 in both regions on June 4. On the PlayStation 3, Sony will be giving away NBA 2K14, also in both regions.

However, in North America PlayStation 3 owners can look forward to Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, while Vita owners get to have Terraria and Mutant Mudds Deluxe.