PlayStation Plus adds a new demo for the popular 2022 PS5 and PS4 game

PlayStation Plus added a new beta version of the game tied to one of the most popular games of 2022 released on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 platforms. Back when Sony overhauled PS Plus earlier this year, it included one of the new features it added to the subscription service. Its Premium tier has time-limited demos. And while these experiences launched in a somewhat lackluster state, PS Plus subscribers can now give one of the year’s best games a spin without having to purchase it.

As of this weekend, developer Techland has released a timed demo of death light 2 on PlayStation Plus. This offer gives PS Plus subscribers three hours to play the game themselves. PS5 and PS4 users can look forward to taking advantage of this experience and it should continue to be on PS Plus forever. If you play death light 2 This way and enjoy the game, your progress from demo should go smoothly to the full experience if you buy it afterwards.

Once again, it is worth emphasizing that gaming experiences are only tied to the PlayStation Plus Premium tier of the subscription platform. This means that if you are a PS Plus Essential or PS Plus Extra member, you will not be able to access this trial version of death light 2. Outside of gaming experiences, the other major feature of PS Plus Premium is that it allows subscribers to access games from the PlayStation “Classics” catalog that stems from the PS1, PS2, PS3, and PSP.

Out of this new offer for death light 2Also, it’s worth noting that the free October 2022 games for PS Plus are now also available for download. These PS Plus titles are open to all members and include for the month of October Hot Wheels UnleashedAnd the Injustice 2And the too hot.

How do you feel about gaming experiences on PS Plus? Have you ever used this service feature for yourself? And if not, would you now consider doing so death light 2? Let me know either down below in the comments or message me on Twitter at Trustworthy.



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