PS Plus Extra & Premium June 2024 library update includes Monster Hunter Rise

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Sony has confirmed what games will be added to the PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium library this June, with some big hitters coming. You have everything from monster hunting, glory hunting on the pitch, building a multi-generational legacy, and much, much more. All of the games will be added on June 18th.

Monster Hunter Rise is one of the major additions to the library, along with Football Manager 2024 and Crusader Kings 3. Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6 and After Us are also joining the line up, along with Anno 1800, Police Simulator: Patrol Officers, Far Cry 4, LEGO The Hobbit, and LEGO The Incredibles.

For those with PS Plus Premium, you will also get access to Kayak VR Mirage, LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, Ghosthunter, and Daxter. Here’s the full lineup of additions:

PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium | June Game Catalogue Update

  • Monster Hunter Rise | PS4, PS5
  • Football Manager 2024 | PS5
  • Crusader Kings III | PS5
  • Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 6 | PS4, PS5
  • After Us | PS5
  • Anno 1800 | PS5
  • Police Simulator: Patrol Officers | PS4, PS5
  • Far Cry 4 | PS4
  • LEGO The Hobbit | PS4
  • LEGO The Incredibles | PS4

PlayStation Premium | PS VR2 & Classics in June 2024

  • Kayak VR: Mirage | PS VR2
  • LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy | PS4, PS5
  • Ghosthunter | PS4, PS5
  • Daxter | PS4, PS5

What actually is PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium?

The PlayStation Plus relaunch rolled out around the world in June 2022, transforming the PS Plus we once knew into a three tiered subscription service that bundles in and expands what was once PlayStation Now. The classic PS Plus is now called PS Plus Essential, giving access to online multiplayer gaming, cloud save backups, exclusive offers and at least 2 free monthly games. PS Plus Extra then adds a catalogue of PS4 and PS5 games into the mix, while PS Plus Deluxe and Premium (depending on your region) adds older PS2, PS1 and PSP game emulation, and game streaming for PS3 and other titles.

Source: PS Blog

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