In the coming days, we should learn about the first new productions targeting not only the cheapest versions of PlayStation Plus, but also PlayStation Plus Premium and PlayStation Plus Extra. One banner was enough for a part of the community to talk about the launch of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart.

Last week, Sony expanded its subscription to new territories (Great Britain, Europe, Australia and New Zealand), thanks to subscribers getting more than 800 items. The list is full of interesting titles, including notable songs published by Sony Interactive Entertainment, such as Marvel’s Spider-Man, Demon’s Souls, and Returnal.

One player noticed that among the graphics promoting more expensive PS Plus bundles, there is a screenshot from Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart. Sony had previously similarly shown what to expect in the next PS Plus renders, so after the release of the material, discussions erupted about the adventure. After all, why are the Japanese promoting a game service that isn’t in its catalog?

Of course, the above news should be treated with caution, but let’s note that the latest Ratchet story debuted last year and could turn out to be a real incentive for users who haven’t decided to check out PS Plus Premium or an extra PS Plus right now.

According to the latest speculation, one of the products featured in July PS Plus Essentials will be Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time.