PlayStation lists 20 great PS Plus add-on games you might have missed

PlayStation has highlighted 20 games available on PS Plus Extra that you might have missed.

See how the company describes the listing below:

Looking for something completely different? With award-winning platformers and even atmospheric underwater adventures, check out the wide selection of must-have games available for PlayStation Plus Extra.

1. Ghostrunner

Fast, furious and ruthless, Gosrunner’s first-person park melee is not for the faint of heart.

There isn’t much room for error when racing through the cyberpunk city of Gosrunner, but mastering the mechanics will create an exciting flow that’s hard to find in other games.

  • For those who liked: Cyberpunk 2077, Doom Eternal
  • genre: Action/Platform
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2. Ashes

Danger lurks around every corner of Ashen, but the art direction and stunning visuals make it a pleasure to explore.

Inspired by conventional action RPGs, Ashen feels right from the start, but features an innovative passive multiplayer system and a charming, dark aesthetic.

  • For those who liked: Dark Souls Remastered, Elden Ring
  • genre: action/adventure
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3. Messenger

This retro side-scrolling game is full of 90s nostalgia with beautiful 8-bit and 16-bit visuals.

Play as a young ninja on a mission to save your clan in Messenger. Fans of old school action platformers and chiptune soundtracks will love this game.

  • For those who liked: Cuphead, Celeste
  • genre: Action/Platform
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Put on your scuba gear and enjoy this underwater adventure inspired by Journey and Flower.

With a diverse ecosystem to explore, plenty of secrets to unlock, and fluid swimming mechanics, ABZÛ is an aquatic journey that truly pays off.

  • For those who liked: journey, path
  • genre: Action/Simulation
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5. Dead cells

No two Dead Cell games are the same, and the secrets of this island fortress never fade away.

Different combinations of styles and routes make each dead cell unique. With tons of fighting skills to play with and movement upgrades to unlock, this is a game that manages to stay fresh every playthrough.

  • For those who liked: Hades, return
  • genre: act/fraudulent
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6. Thomas was alone

Short and sweet, Thomas Alone was a puzzle platform experience that vibrates in sensual ways.

Slide, jump and jump through 100 levels in this minimalistic adventure created by Mark Bitel. Thomas alone had a sharp narrative and characters with a great sense of humor in this indie game.

  • For those who liked: Stanley’s Fable, Night in the Woods
  • genre: Challenge/Platform
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7. Kona

g’lida is an interactive adventure with a surreal twist that will chill your bones.

Set in a remote Canadian village in the 1970s, Kona challenges you to discover the truth behind mysterious events as you confront nature and manage resources to survive.

  • For those who liked: What’s left of Edith Finch, Amnesia: Rebirth
  • Genres: Mystery/Survival
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8. Blasphemous

Twisted religious imagery mixed with action-packed combat in this gothic quest for redemption.

Don the spiked helmet of the Penitent One and fight your way through hordes of savage enemies in the world of the blasphemers. Pixel art lovers will love fighting enemies in this game.

  • For those who liked: Hollow Knight, Bloodborne
  • genre: Action/Platform
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9. Celestial

Traverse the rocky terrain of Mount Celeste and help Madeline overcome her personal struggles along the way.

With stunning pixel art, precise controls and thrilling platforming action, Celeste gives you the final push you need to take that leap of faith in the dark. Face your fears!

  • For those who liked: Hades, life is strange
  • genre: Platform
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10. Kingdom: two crowns

Collect coins, build your defenses and fight the encroaching darkness in Kingdom Two Crowns.

Get ready to ride and defend your kingdom in this micro-strategy adventure. Amazing experience in single player mode and fun in co-op mode.

  • For those who liked: Frostpunk, Terraria
  • genre: Strategy/Adventure
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11. The moon

Follow the story of an adventurous shop owner who dreams of being a hero in this top-down action RPG.

A unique blend of dungeon management simulator and dungeon exploration, Moonlighter challenges you to explore dangerous areas and loot rare equipment, weapons and items to upgrade your shop and confront your enemies.

  • For those who liked: Undertale, Stardew Valley
  • genre: Strategy/Adventure
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12. Battle Chasers: Nightwar

Immerse yourself in this innovative turn-based action RPG inspired by the 90s comic of the same name.

With a vivid art style and fun character animations, Battle Chasers: Nightwar brings back a lot of nostalgia for dungeon crawling JRPGs. Attention: tactical combat is also amazing.

  • For those who liked: Final Fantasy VII, The Banner Saga
  • genre: RPG/Strategy
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13. External fields

What would you find in the moments of silence on a desert planet in the far reaches of the solar system before the nearest star explodes?

Outer Wilds combines atmospheric stories with clever puzzle solving. Just need another 22-minute cycle to gather important information and save your skin?

  • For those who liked: Twelve minutes, Stanley’s fable
  • genre: Adventure/Challenge
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14. Children of Morta

For the Guardians of Mount Morta, this heartwarming story is nothing more than a family affair…

Combat-filled exploration meets fairy-tale-driven rogue-like action in Children of Morta. Share the epic saga of the Bergson family with a friend at your local co-op.

  • For those who liked: Slay Spire, Curse of the Dead Gods
  • genre: act/fraudulent
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15. Child of light

Enjoy an audiovisual feast of Aurora’s adventurous journey in this RPG.

From expansive art direction to beautiful explorations, Child of Light invites you to find hope in a bright watercolor world brimming with atmosphere.

  • For those who liked: Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Genshin Impact
  • genre: RPG / Adventure
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16. Enter the Gungon

Looking for the thrill of one hell of a bullet fight? Then you should check out Enter the Gungeon.

Gain the charm of 16-bit creatures as you tear your enemies to pieces: The entry into the Gungeon’s arsenal is impressive. Take on Gundead alone or with a friend!

  • For those who liked: Sol Cresta, Resoguni
  • genre: Roguelike / shoot them up
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17. Hollow Knight: Voidheart Edition

If you dare, enter the 2D world of Hollow Knight. Be careful not to get lost in the midst of this stunning art reference and addictive gameplay.

Don’t be fooled by the simple platformer look and feel: Hollow Knight is full of surprises and delights in equal measure, ready to throw you deeper and deeper into Hallownest…

  • For those who liked: Cup head, dead cells
  • genre: Action/Platform
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18. Nidhogg

When real-life fencing isn’t enough, count on Nidhogg’s fun (or destructive) multiplayer…

Nidhogg offers the purest dueling experience: joy, tension, nail-biting moments… and it’s even more fun to face players with less experience than you!

  • For those who liked: Towerfall: Ascension, Street Fighter V
  • genre: Battle/Platform
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19. Jotun: Valhalla Edition

Discover what it’s like to triumph in the face of adversity in this stunning setting from Norse mythology.

Prove your true worth in Jotun: Valhalla Edition. Explore nine beautifully drawn hand-drawn spheres to defeat the Jotun and overcome the indignity of death without glory.

  • For those who liked: Hyper Light Drifter, Bloodstained: Ritual of Night
  • genre: action/adventure
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20. Staines; Gate Elite

You’ll discover a way to change the past with just your email and a modified microwave oven in hand. How can you resist?!

Enjoy this visual novel in STEINS;GATE ELITE, which features the iconic visual style of the series, remastered from the original. Indulge yourself: Follow your time.

  • For those who liked: Doki Doki Literature Club Plus, Life is Strange
  • genre: A visual novel
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