Syphon Filter 1, 2, Dark Mirror, and Logan’s Shadow have appeared in Korea, for both PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. These classic PS1 and PS2 games may well be making their way to Sony’s new PSPlus Premium tier subscription package.
The all-new PlayStation Plus subscription service is just a few months away, which means we don’t have long to wait before we can finally play classic PlayStation and PlayStation 2 games on our PS4/PS5 consoles.
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The three tiers which was announced last month by Sony – Essential (£7), Extra (£11) and Premium (£13.49) – it’s the PlayStation Plus Premium tier that has fans most excited. Why? Because in addition to the usual monthly free games and access to PlayStation Now’s library of games, subscribers will also net themselves the ability to download and play PS1, PS2, and even PSP games – something fans have been asking for for a long time.
As of right now, Sony is keeping their lips sealed on what classic games we can actually expect but we do know that on its launch, Death Stranding, God of War, Marvel’s Spider-Man, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Mortal Kombat 11 and Returnal will be included in the Extra and Premium tiers.
A new leak might just have provided us with our first glimpse at our first hidden gem of a game that will be part of the Premium tier.
As reported by Gematsu, multiple entries in cult classic franchise Syphon Filter have been rated for PS4 and PS5 by the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea. Syphon Filter (PS1), Syphon Filter 2 (PS1), Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror (PS2/PSP), and Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow (PS2/PSP) are all present and correct. The only two games in the series that don’t seem to have been rated (YET…) are Syphon Filter 3 (PS1) and Syphon Filter: The Omega Strain (PS2).
There are a few reasons these games might have been rated for PS4 and PS5, but the most likely scenario by far is that all four games are making their way to PlayStation Plus as part of the Premium tier. There’s also a chance we’re getting some kind of Syphon Filter collection, of course, but I’d put my money on PS Plus for now.
The all-new PlayStation Plus is currently scheduled to launch in June, so it shouldn’t be that long to wait until we find out which classic games we’re getting.