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PS Plus July Lineup - Detroit: Become Human Deluxe Edition (Includes Heavy Rain) & Horizon Chase Turbo (PES2019 Cancelled)

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The Fury said:

Odd change, wonder if the deal they had fell through. If Detroit a story kind of game like Heavy Rain? Got kind bored playing that even if the concept was interesting.

doubt it was a deal falling through. pes on ps+ is pretty much easy promotion for Konami for their new PES. I imagine PES is just being pushed back rather than being dropped.

detroit is a better realisation of the concept that heavy rain was



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Machina said:
My Plus expires in July I think it is, so this was Sony's last chance to impress me enough to renew. To be fair there aren't many games that interest me so it was always going to be a tough ask - I only really joined so that I could play some multiplayer, now I've had my fix I'm happy to let it expire.

Makes sense but we really have to accept we are going to get lackluster offerings for a while until PS5 comes out and the fact most companies are trying to divide their content up to their own subscription services, Ubisoft launching one means we don't get games like For Honor in it anymore which is kinda what Sony didn't want to happen when they said no to EA Access at first. As long as I get 2 £15 games for nothing that I enjoy a year, it's worth it. This last month was Borderlands and Sonic. 2 high profile games the former is countless hours of entertainment but not every game is going to be for everyone. (I already owned BL so traded that in for money. :P)



Hmm, pie.

melbye said:
The Fury said:

Odd change, wonder if the deal they had fell through. If Detroit a story kind of game like Heavy Rain? Got kind bored playing that even if the concept was interesting.

It was probably the huge backlash

Doubt it, that'd just piss of Konami. "Sorry your game is garbage and people don't want it, we're removing it from PS+".

There'll be some kind of legal reason for it or Konami themselves pulled it.

If it really was just backlash they'd have just added a game, not replaced one.



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2019 Sales : PS4 - 15m, Switch - 18.8m, XBO - 4.8m
2020 Sales: Switch - 22m (Peak Year)

Holy shit this makes it the best month because ive been wanting to play Detroit and also playing heavy rain again on the ps4



Oh shit, nice. I was gonna give that racing game a try and that would probably be it but now i'll definitely get Detroit and Heavy Rain, never played either of those.



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I went onto ps store to download this month ps plus games and when i saw Detroit as ps plus game i thought sony mistakenly put it on instead of the soccer game



Barkley said:
melbye said:

It was probably the huge backlash

Doubt it, that'd just piss of Konami. "Sorry your game is garbage and people don't want it, we're removing it from PS+".

There'll be some kind of legal reason for it or Konami themselves pulled it.

If it really was just backlash they'd have just added a game, not replaced one.

Probably just switched months around. 



Kick ass. I've been wanting to play Detroit for a long time.



Well that's a good change.
I haven't played Detroit or Heavy Rain, so I'll be sure to get those.

The Fury said:

Makes sense but we really have to accept we are going to get lackluster offerings for a while until PS5 comes out

If you're talking about PS+ games for PS5, I imagine it'll be worse during the first few year, because there won't be many games available to offer. (The big games can't be new.)

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The Fury said:
Machina said:
My Plus expires in July I think it is, so this was Sony's last chance to impress me enough to renew. To be fair there aren't many games that interest me so it was always going to be a tough ask - I only really joined so that I could play some multiplayer, now I've had my fix I'm happy to let it expire.

Makes sense but we really have to accept we are going to get lackluster offerings for a while until PS5 comes out and the fact most companies are trying to divide their content up to their own subscription services.

Usually it's the opposite. PS+ has only recently got good on PS4. The older the console the more old AAA games there are to put on the service. When PS5 first launches i'm sure we'll get stuck with arcade titles as we did with the PS4 for the first couple of years.

It wasn't until 2018 that we started to get regular full retail games, and 2019 has continued that trend. 2016 and prior the big games were pretty much non-existent.

But the subscription services are a valid point, I imagine the reason we haven't seen many EA games on PS+ this gen is because of EA Access (regardless of it not being on PS4 previously due to Sony's refusal), and now with Ubisoft following suit there games may start to disappear from the service (Though ubisofts subscription is only on PC currently so might not have an affect yet.)



LTD Sales Predictions: PS4 - 130m, Switch - 110m, XBO - 52m
2019 Sales : PS4 - 15m, Switch - 18.8m, XBO - 4.8m
2020 Sales: Switch - 22m (Peak Year)