A few days ago, the official account of Sony Band Studio, which we know for creating games such as Syphon Filter and Dizgan, announced that the famous third-person shooting game Syphon Filter, which It is supposed to be one of the games in the PlayStation Plus premium service, it will support the trophy again in this release.
A note shared on Twitter means that other PSOne classics may also be from They will support trophies. In fact, in March 2021, Sony Interactive Entertainment patented a software system that used simulation to detect stimulus events and give trophies to players on today's consoles.
Syphon Filter is one of the first PlayStation console games to be made available to the audience at the highest level of the new PlayStation Plus, PlayStation Plus Premium. The service is scheduled to be launched on June 24, 1401 (May 24, 2022) in Asia, June 12 (June 2) in Japan, June 23 (June 13) in the United States, and on July 2 (June 23) in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. . Some of the other Classic games in this shared service include works such as the Jack & Dexter series, Sayren, Dark Cloud games, and even a remake of some PlayStation 3 games such as Bioshock.
A few days ago, Sony released a preliminary list of games for this shared service, in which we can take a look at some of the games available on the new PlayStation Plus. Although the weight of Sony's in-house studios as well as third-party publishers in recent years seemed heavy on this list, we did not see many Classic games. Therefore, we are still waiting to see what the full list of new PlayStation Plus games will include. If, in addition to Siphon Filter, more classics support the trophy feature, this could be great news for fans, especially those interested in trophies, and may even provide additional motivation to experience these Classic games.
We know that Sony, at least for now, does not want to offer its own in-house studio games on the day of release, like Microsoft, so they have to come up with other ways or encourage current owners to subscribe to the levels. Upgrade higher. Providing a good list of Classic games that grow over time, as well as features like this trophy support feature, could be some of the solutions that Sony can consider.