Many PlayStation Plus users agree that the catalog of classic games needs improvement. It seems that Sony is already working on it, as some titles from past generations recently leaked, most likely on their way to the service. These are games from PS1, PS2, and PSP that will undoubtedly bring back fond memories for many players.
These classic games would join PlayStation Plus
A few days ago, information leaked about the return of UP, a PSP title that Sony recently confirmed for the service. Because of this, similar leaks caught the attention of players and service users.
The information comes from a rating organization in Taiwan, which listed several classic titles from different Sony consoles. The first of them is Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, which debuted in the year 2000 for the original PlayStation.
On the other hand, everything indicates that Thrillville and Thrillville: Off the Rails are also on their way to PlayStation Plus and can be played on both PS5 and PS4. The first title debuted for PS2 in 2006, while the other title arrived on PS2 and PSP.
As of writing this, PlayStation has not yet confirmed the arrival of these games to its service. If the information is entirely accurate, it is likely that the titles will be added to PlayStation Plus by the next month, as the November games will be arriving soon.