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The start of operations of the new version of PlayStation Plus offers the opportunity to return to the past with a series of classic titles, with a library that will be nurtured as time goes by. This is also the perfect occasion to show how good we were at some of these games or to give them a second chance in case we haven’t finished them. Whatever the case, our achievements will be recorded thanks to the fact that they will have trophies and we can even platinize them.
Syphon Filter confirms the arrival of trophies to the PS Plus classics
Through a post on its official Twitter account, Bend Studio revealed a video confirming the implementation of the PlayStation trophy system in Syphon Filter, one of the most interesting classics that is included in the PS One library of the PS Plus service. In addition to all the available achievements, the study confirmed that the title can be platinum, a difficult task since this game is known for its high level of difficulty in the most advanced levels, so getting all the trophies will not be an easy thing.
And yes, you can earn the Platinum too. 🏆 pic.twitter.com/uCeE2diz99
— Bend Studio is Hiring! (@BendStudio) May 19, 2022
What are the PS One and PSP games on PlayStation Plus?
- Ape Escape
- Hot Shots Golf
- I.Q. Intelligent Qube
- Jumping Flash!
- Syphon Filter
- Super Stardust Portable
- Mr. Driller
- TEKKEN 2
- Worms World Party
- Worms Armageddon
Recently, Sony reported that PlayStation Plus will not be required to play these classics. What happens is that those users who have these PS One and PSP games in digital version will be able to download them free of charge from the PS Store since the system will recognize that they are linked to the user account since the era of the portable console and from PS3. There will also be an opportunity to purchase them in the PlayStation store.
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