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News video games 01 January 2020, 23:43

author: Michael Kulakowski

PlayStation Plus for January: Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Goat Simulator

Sony has announced titles that will be available to PlayStation Plus subscribers in January. PlayStation 4 owners will be able to download Uncharted: Nathan Drake's Collection as well as Goat Simulator.

We've lerned the titles of two games that PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to add to their virtual gaming libraries on PlayStation 4 in January. The first one is the Uncharted: Nathan Drake's Collection, released in 2015, a set of the first three installments of Uncharted, originally released on PlayStation 3. All games are available in a re-mastered version offering improved graphics as well as minor gameplay changes.

The second game in January is an arcade sandbox parody game called Goat Simulator, which had its five minutes of fame in... 2014. Players control a goat, trying to perform as many dumb tricks and challenges as possible, the effects of which wreak havoc on a small map showing a peaceful town.

PS Plus is a paid service for PlayStation users. Subscription includes, among other features, at least two free games each month, the ability to play online, exclusive discounts on PS Store, priority to play selected titles and 100 GB of storage space in the cloud. The service is available under the following subscriptions: 1 month ($9.99), 3 months ($24.99) and 12 months ($59.99).

  1. PlayStation Plus - official website

January offer for PlayStation Plus:

  1. Uncharted: Nathan Drake's Collection (PS4)
  2. Goat Simulator (PS4)

We will be able to download the games for free from January 6.

Games that will leave PlayStation Plus in January:

  1. Titanfall 2 (PS4)
  2. Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame (PS4)

Finally, in February last year we got the last canche to add productions for PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 to our virtual library. Since last March subscribers have only received two games for PlayStation 4. So far Sony has no plans to make any further changes to the PlayStation Plus formula.

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