Rumour: PS Plus Premium’s PS1, PS2, PSP Games Have Started to Leak

    PS Plus Premium Games Leak
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    Update #2: A further round of PS1 titles have been found on Sony’s servers: Worms Armageddon and Worms World Party. That takes the total up to five leaked games thus far, but only PS1 and PSP are represented right now.

    Update #1: Assets for PS1 title Mr. Driller have now been discovered as well. That means we’ve got three Namco titles on our hands here, which probably isn’t a coincidence. Can we have Tekken 3 next, please?

    We’ll continue to update this article as more games are leaked, which seems an inevitability at this point.

    Original Story: With the upcoming PlayStation Plus Premium, subscribers will get access to a large catalogue of PS1, PS2, PSP, and PS3 games, all of which will be playable on PS5 and PS4. The only problem is that, at the time of writing, we don’t actually know which games will be included. Sony has said that the selection will be made up of “classics”, but outside of that, your guess is as good as ours.

    Here’s the thing, though: it looks like PS Plus Premium games are starting to leak through the PS Store. As pointed out on Reddit, assets for two games have popped up on Sony’s storefront: Tekken 2 (PS1) and Ridge Racer 2 (PSP). Wow, two whole games out of a promised 340 — but you’ve got to imagine that this is just the start.

    We could be on course for a major leak here, which would highlight just how slow Sony has been in announcing its plans for the overhauled subscription service, which is set to launch in just under a couple of months.

    What PS1, PS2, PSP, and PS3 games do you want to see on Premium? Feel free to make a massive list in the comments section below.

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