Photo source: Larian Studios
PS Plus Premium subscribers received more game samples from Sony today to check out. The Japanese giant’s offer includes two productions released this year, one of which received a lot of praise, while the other, on the contrary, became a misunderstanding in the eyes of players and experts.
Baldur’s Gate and Gollum in PS Plus Premium
This is, of course, Baldur’s Gate 3 and The Lord of the Rings: Gollum. Subscribers to Sony’s richest service option can check out both of these games for a limited number of hours.
Baldur’s Gate 3 can only be played for two hours, which is an exceptionally short time for such an extensive production. According to statistics from HowLongToBeat, completing the game, including the plot and side missions, takes about 140 hours.
Let us remind you that this work by Larian Studios has an average rating of 96/100 from experts on Metacritic (based on 114 reviews of the PC version). Moreover, next to Alan Wake 2, it received the most nominations (eight in total) in this year’s edition of The Game Awards.
On the other hand The Lord of the Rings: Gollum players can only check for one hour. Let us note that on Metacritic, the game from Daedalic Entertainment has a very low average rating – 34/100 (based on 56 reviews of the PlayStation 5 version).-
Other game trials on PS Plus Premium
PS Plus Premium allows you to try out a total of over 80 productions in the trial versionwhich usually means several hours of gameplay.
One of the games that can be checked for the longest time is Cyberpunk 2077 – service users have a chance to play for five hours “free” in this production by CD Projekt RED. However, the shortest is definitely Hogwarts Legacy, which interested parties can only play for… 45 minutes.
Finally, let’s mention that A monthly PS Plus Premium subscription costs PLN 70. You can also buy a three- and twelve-month variant – the latter currently has a 30% discount on Black Friday.
You can buy PS Plus here
- Baldur’s Gate 3 – our review
- Baldur’s Gate 3 guide
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