The arrival of the new PlayStation Plus is a fact. Although it will not be until June 22 when we finally see it in Europe, other territories are already beginning to enjoy its advantages. The PlayStation Plus union with PlayStation Now is becoming effective through the Malaysian PlayStation Store.
The Asian country currently allows four retro games to be downloaded, specifically Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee, Worms Armageddon, Worms World Party
The youtuber Mystic has been done with Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee of PS1 to test it on Sony’s next-generation console. For example, it shows us how not all games have trophies included, something we do know Siphon Filter will have.
Everything indicates that they will be optional, although the starting rewind is present. We can easily press a button to be able to choose the frame we want to return to, presumably with a time margin between each of 12 seconds.
Another interesting tool is the possibility of save game at any time
If you still have doubts about what each level of the new PlayStation Plus offers, you can take a look at our complete table. More games have also been revealed for the service and the tests that we will be able to access.
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