Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare Possibly Coming To PlayStation Plus Premium

PlayStation has announced its lineup for the Plus Extra and Premium games for this month. The announcement was made through Twitter and other platforms. However, the PlayStation UK Twitter account briefly mentioned “Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare” as part of the classics lineup before swiftly deleting the tweet. Despite the tweet being deleted, the gaming community was quick to notice and several comments and discussions about it are still visible online.

Adding to the intrigue, the PlayStation Access YouTube channel initially showcased “Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare” in their video covering this month’s games. However, similar to the tweet, the clip featuring the game was removed in a reuploaded version of the video. A vigilant user managed to capture a screenshot of the original inclusion, further fueling speculation about the game’s impending arrival to the PlayStation Plus Premium service.

The rest of the PlayStation Plus Premium games for this month are equally compelling. The lineup includes a diverse range of classics, appealing to a wide spectrum of gaming tastes. These include “Rally Cross” for PS4 and PS5, “Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace” for PS4 and PS5, “Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection” for PS4, “Legend of Mana” for PS4, and “Secret of Mana” for PS4.

PS Plus Premium Classics January 2024 Lineup

  • “Rally Cross” for PS4 and PS5
  • “Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace” for PS4 and PS5
  • “Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection” for PS4
  • “Legend of Mana” for PS4
  • “Secret of Mana” for PS4

The official PlayStation Blog shared the complete PS Plus Extra and Premium lineup, highlighting an eclectic mix of titles. From the survival horror excellence of “Resident Evil 2” to the unique blend of Dungeons & Dragons and firearms in “Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands,” the selection is diverse. It also includes “Hardspace: Shipbreaker,” offering a glimpse into the life of a spaceship salvager, and the adventurous “Just Cause 3,” set in a destructible paradise. These games, among others, will be available starting January 16.