After months of offering only two games with no additional purchase required to PlayStation Plus subscribers, Sony is going to provide four in January… in a way.
Of course, this doesn’t mean a change in overall policy following the removal of PS Vita and PS3 games that left the service a bit lighter in the goodies it provides. Quite simply, one of the two titles coming in January includes three games.
As announced today, we’re getting Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection and Goat Simulator.
If you want to compare, you can check out the offering for December 2019, which you can still grab for a few days, since the new ones will come on January 7.
On top of this we also get the announcement of the games that will join the lineup of PlayStation Now.
We have more Uncharted with Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Guerrilla’s latest masterpiece Horizon Zero Dawn and Overcooked 2.
You can see a trailer showing them off just below.