When PlayStation 5 reached the market, PS Plus users received access to the PlayStation Plus Collection, a gallery with 20 games to download without additional cost.
Although many expected that eventually more titles will join the collection, this was not the case, and it will never be.
Today it has been revealed that this will come to an end in a couple of months.
To be specific, on May 9, the PlayStation Plus Collection will disappear from PS5.
However, all redeemed games will still be available after this date, as long as you continue paying a subscription to PS Plus.
In this way, you have just over three months to download the 20 titles found here.
The PlayStation Plus Collection is made up of 10 First Party titles, and another 10 Third Party.
Here we find:
-Blood borne
-Days Gone
-Detroit: Become Human
-God of War
-Infamous Second are
-Ratchet and clank
-The Last Guardian
-The Last of Us Remastered
-Well Dawn
-Charted 4: A Chiefs End
-Batman: Arkham Knight
-Battlefield 1
-Call of Duty: Black Ops III-Zombies Chronicles Edition
-Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
-Fallout 4
-Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition
-Monster Hunter: World
-Mortal Kombat x
-Person 5
-Resident Evil 7 Biohazard
Some of these titles are no longer as popular, such as Mortal Kombat X and Call of Duty: Black Ops III, but here we find great jewels, as person 5 and Resident Evil 7. Thus, if you still do, this is the perfect moment
To download this collection.
In related issues, new sales reach the PlayStation Store.
Similarly, it seems that Uncharted 5 would already be in development.


Editor’s note:
It is a pity that something with both potential, as the PlayStation Plus Collection comes to an end in such an anti-static way.

It is even possible that those who bought a PS5 in the last one, surely do not even know about this benefit.