PlayStation Plus Collection Discontinued | GameSpot News
The PlayStation Plus Collection is no more. The subscription-based service, which gave members access to a library of PS4 games, has been discontinued.
This is disappointing news for PlayStation Plus subscribers, as the Collection was one of the main benefits of the service. It allowed people to play a selection of PS4’s best games without having to buy them individually.
However, it’s important to put this news into perspective. The PlayStation Plus Collection was never meant to be a permanent addition to the service. It was always billed as a “limited time” offering, and it’s not surprising that it has been discontinued after a few years.
The discontinuation of the Collection does mean that PlayStation Plus is no longer as attractive as it once was. However, it’s still a great value for money if you’re heavily invested in the PS4 ecosystem. The service gives you access to online multiplayer, monthly free games, and exclusive discounts on the PlayStation Store. It’s still well worth the $60/year price tag.
If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber who is disappointed by the news, my advice is to focus on the positive aspects of the service. There’s still a lot to like about PlayStation Plus, and it’s still one of the best ways to get the most out of your PS4.