PS Plus Essential January 2023 games revealed: Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Fallout 76, Axiom Verge 2

Sony has announced PS Plus Essential games for January 2023.

Highlights
  • Sony has revealed PS Plus monthly games for January 2023.
  • The newly announced games will be available for all PS Plus Essential, Extra, and Deluxe subscribers.
  • New PS Plus Essential games will be available from January 3rd.

Sony has announced PlayStation Plus monthly games for January 2023. These games will be available for all PS Plus Essential, Extra, and Deluxe members. Sony is starting off the year with a great selection of games for PS Plus with critically acclaimed titles like Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The new PS Plus games will be available starting early next month. Until then, you can still claim PS Plus Essential December 2022 games. Just like last month, Sony is offering 3 great games for PS Plus in January.

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PS Plus Essential games for January 2023 include:

  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (PS4, PS5)
  • Fallout 76 (PS4)
  • Axiom Verge 2 (PS4, PS5)

These games will be available to claim from January 3rd for the entire month. Sony will announce PS Plus Extra and Deluxe tier games line-up in the coming days. You can still claim PS Plus monthly titles for December 2022 until January 2nd. PS Plus Essential games for December include Mass Effect Legendary Edition (PS4), Biomutant (PS4, PS5), and Divine Knockout: Founder’s Edition (PS4, PS5). If you haven’t claimed these titles yet, it would be best to do it as soon as possible.

After launching the PS Plus revamp globally, Sony has lost 2 million PS Plus subscribers, according to the recent earnings report. That being said, PlayStation had generated a 10 percent hike in its total revenue to ¥116 billion. The company has also shipped 25 million PS5 units since launch, with 3.3 million consoles shipped in the last quarter itself. While addressing Sony’s performance, CFO Hiroki Totoki said, “More people are now going outdoors, and we have yet to get out of the negative cycles. PS4 and third-party software sales have also been rather sluggish, and sales of catalogue titles have also been declining.”