The new PlayStation Plus service is almost here. Sony will launch the redesigned PlayStation Plus levels in Asia on May 23, Japan on June 1, the Americas on June 13, and Europe on June 22. However, fans are still unsure about the whole array of titles that will be included at each tier.

Sony has stated that PS Plus Extra and Premium users would receive a portfolio of up to 400 titles but has only revealed a few names from the whole list. Furthermore, Sony has yet to release the Classic Games library which will be a major selling point for the Premium tier.

According to a fresh report, one developer’s titles will be included in these new PS Plus levels. All leaks should be treated with caution, but this story appears to be believable.

This rumor was first reported by bankier.pl and resetera, and was subsequently confirmed by Push Square. According to a document dated April 18, games made by the Polish firm Bloober Team might be included in PS Plus Extra. The report mentions a “major license and distribution arrangement with Sony Interactive Entertainment,” and rumor has it that some Bloober Team titles will be part of a new distribution service.

If this report is true, fans may anticipate some Bloober Team games to be included in the PS Plus Extra and Premium levels. The company is recognized for creating horror games like The Medium, Layers of Fear, and Observer, and they should be excellent additions to Sony’s gaming collection. Bloober Team was working on a new Silent Hill game, according to a leak, but the developer disputed the notion in the summer of last year.

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Sony hasn’t released much about the planned PlayStation Plus redesign other than the original announcement. Fans are unaware of the titles available as part of the service, and Sony will most likely reveal the whole catalog only before it launches in Asian territories. Only Death Stranding, God of War, Marvel’s Spider-Man, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Mortal Kombat 11, and Returnal are confirmed for launch.

Sony hasn’t said anything about how Game Trials will function for PS Plus Premium customers. According to a recent report, any games priced at $34 or above would be required to provide customers with a two-hour trial within three months of their release.

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It might be a significant incentive for customers to subscribe to PS Plus Premium, and Sony will hopefully provide more information about the program in the coming days.

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