E3 2012: Sony announces updates to PSN, PSone classics for Vita
- Posted June 4th, 2012 at 21:42 EDT by Adam Dolge
- 2 Comments
Sony today announced some changes coming to the PlayStation Network that includes more free games for Plus Subscribers, and PSOne classics for the PS Vita. In addition, you can expect to see 200 digital titles coming in the next 12 months.
Just this month you’ll get 12 games like inFamous 2, LittleBigPlanet 2, and Saint Row 2 for free if you are a PS Plus subscriber. Those will all be available tomorrow. We’ll see more games rotated all the time. “PS Plus now delivers an instant game collection to members for $5 a month,” said Jack Tretton, president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America.
In addition, Tretton announced the PSOne classics are heading to the PS Vita, including Tomb Raider and Final Fantasy VII. More services like Hulu Plus and Crackle Television are also coming to PS Vita soon.
- 11:30pm EDT - June 4th, 2012
Wow it might actually be worth it to subscribe back to PS Plus.. I got infamous for free last year and it was awesome. I've been wanting to play infamous 2 but I'm cheap. And always wanted to play lbp... I was also interested in trying Saints Row.
- 1:44am EDT - June 5th, 2012
Just wondering does it apply to people barely become a psn plus subscribers or to those already been alomg time subscriber if so, I might get a psn card tomorrow. This might be what people wanting this also an advantage to people who can barely afford game. I'll try maybe they might give away ME2, Arkham Asylum, and ect for free in a mean while just hope they do.
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