Good news for fans of free PlayStation Plus games this week after Sony made a surprising change to one of its titles.
After the announcement that a plethora of PS4 titles would be available to claim from the subscription service this week, one stood out as a problem.
The Persistence is a popular VR that challenges players to survive aboard a doomed spaceship in deep space in the year 2521.
And while the PS Plus version featured all the gameplay where you fight a crew mutated into gruesome and murderous aberrations, the enhanced edition of the game was not included.
This enhanced version of the game comes with unique PS5 options that help improve the overall experience.
The official announcement when it was first released outlines this, confirming that: “The Persistence Enhanced is fully optimized for next-generation hardware with the inclusion of immersive DualSense wireless controller haptic feedback and adaptive triggers, as well as the inclusion of ray-traced rendering and many other improvements.
“This enhanced edition of our survival horror rogue-lite for PS5 flat screen introduces a dynamic gridded 4k60 fps Performance mode and 4k30 fps Quality mode with real-time ray-traced reflections and global lighting that enhance the atmosphere and tension to the maximum onboard the doomed spaceship.”
And while this version of The Persistence wasn’t available during the PS Plus launch in November, gamers confirm that it can now be claimed for free from PlayStation Store after grabbing the base PS4 version.
This means you go through the PS Plus claim process, followed by access to the PlayStation Store and get your hands on the free upgraded version, giving you everything you need to enjoy the game on PS5.
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It makes for a perfect compromise as it means PS4 gamers don’t have to download an extra game that can be used in VR, while PS5 owners can also grab the best version without anyone missing out.
And for those looking for a new PS5 game to download this week, the current PlayStation Plus offering includes First Class Trouble and Knockout City.
Unlike Hell Let Loose, neither is PlayStation 5 exclusive, and that’s probably for the best.
Both games rely on a healthy player base so that multiplayer games can be hosted on servers.
Knockout City is a team-based dodgeball brawler that follows the same rules as a third-person shooter, while First Class Trouble is a secret identity game in the same style as Among Us.
The full description explains: “First Class Trouble is a social deduction board game where six people play together online aboard a luxury space cruiser.
“At the start of each game, four players are randomly selected as Residents, who collectively attempt to take out a rogue AI at the heart of the ship.
“The other two players will be Personoids, who will lie, cheat and do whatever it takes to stop them! Teamwork is the key to survival, but who can you trust?”
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