PlayStation Plus Premium: niente DLC per i titoli PS3

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The DLC is no longer there, for PS3 titles: the additional content for the games offered by PlayStation Plus Premium are not included

Ever since the gaming industry saw the introduction of the concept of DLCconcerns about the preservation of the software have intensified: in that sense, the lack of extra content for the titles PS3 present in the schedule of PlayStation Plus Premium they can do little to silence them. The “Game Pass Killer” has just become available in some parts of Asia, and the criticisms have certainly not been long in coming. The lack of downloadable add-ons was revealed by Sony itself and confirmed by the foreign sector press. This gap seems to be part of all the games available.

PlayStation Plus Premium to PS3 says yes, except for the raw nerve of the DLC

These are not even a few games, given the initial line-up of PS3 titles currently only available in vanilla versions (without DLC) on PlayStation Plus Premium. This has been a sore point for lovers of consoles in blue since the days of PS Now, and as always, the tongue beats where the tooth hurts. In case, however, we have one here list confirmed games.

  • Asura’s Wrath
  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2
  • Crash Commando
  • Devil May Cry HD Collection
  • Demon’s Souls
  • Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
  • echochrome
  • F.E.A.R.
  • Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds
  • Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational
  • ICO
  • inFAMOUS
  • inFAMOUS 2
  • Lost Planet 2
  • Loco Roco Cocoreccho!
  • MotorStorm Apocalypse
  • MotorStorm RC
  • Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2
  • Puppeteer
  • Rain
  • Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare
  • Ratchet & Clank: Quest for Booty, A Crack In Time e Into the Nexus
  • Resistance 3
  • Super Stardust HD
  • Tokyo Jungle
  • When Vikings Attack

PlayStation Plus Premium: niente DLC per i titoli PS3

More minus than plus?

Of course, what the new service does for Asian territories previously lacking cloud support remains to be seen. The DLC issue isn’t the only one with the new service either. Some early PS1 titles still stick to the archaic 50 hertz frequency. Outside of the framerate, the game selection seems to leave something to be desired for some retrogaming lovers, but the schedule in this sense will expand in the future. The actual launch of the service is expected to be the first June for Japan, the 13th in America and the 22 for us of the Old Continent.

Now it’s up to you to tell us yours: is it a deal breaker for you? Let us know below, and as always don’t forget to stay on TechGameWorld.com for all the most important news for gamers and more. For your purely gaming needs, you can instead find the best discounts in digital format on Instant Gaming.