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PlayStation to add Several New Games to Their Catalog in near Future

The PlayStation plus content drops have begun to fall into a regular pattern. The company saves the second wave of each month for the new game that will be made available to users of the Extra and premium tiers.

As per the reports, The Kingdom heart series and Skyrim are two of the PlayStation titles that will be made available in the month of November for those who have subscribed to one of the higher tiers of PlayStation plus.

The game date has also been released, which is supposed to be launched on November 15. Also, a significant number of the new games are based on the Kingdom hearts series. These games include the 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue, Melody of Memory, and 1.5+2.5 ReMIX.

Other games that have been added in the special editions are Tom Clancy titles The Division 2, Rainbow Six Siege, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint and, Oddworld: Chorus, Soulstorm.

In addition to the games described above that are relatively recent, Sony is also adding older titles to the collection of games that are exclusive to the premium service.

The higher-tier customers have access to several games in the Ratchet & Clank series. However, it is important to note that the most current game, Rift Apart, is not one of the accessible options.

In the fine print, PlayStation said it would also add Onee Chanbara Origin and the Earth Defense Force games worlds Brothers and Iron Rain.

Sony described in its most recent quarterly financial report that PlayStation plus experienced a loss of 7 million subscribers during the course of the most recent years.

The company also stated that it anticipates recouping some of these subscribers’ losses over the subsequent quarter by adding new games and running additional promos.

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