PS Plus games for the month of January 2018 were made available to all users this Tuesday, however one particular game, Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness for the PS4, was absent in the list of free games. However, it appears to have been added in the free PS Plus games list but just in North America.
If you don’t have a PS Vita and wanted to play Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness, you are in luck, because Sony has now added the PS4 version of the game as part of the PlayStation Plus subscription this month. This is despite the fact that the game was never cross-buy between the PS Vita and PS4.
The current lineup for PS+ for PS4 games includes StarBlood Arena (PSVR), Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Uncanny Valley, Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness and Batman – The TellTale Series. This makes it a grand total of 5 games for the PS4 users, which reduces to just 4 for rest of the PS+ regions.
If you are in a different region than North America, you will have to make do with just the PS Vita version of the game. At the time of writing this article, Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness hasn’t been made available as free on the EU Store, neither it is listed in the free PlayStation Plus games section.
Psycho Pass: Mandatory Happiness is a visual novel from Japanese developer MAGES and it was published by NIS America. The game is based on the popular Psycho Pass anime.
Let us know if you have managed to get the Psycho Pass game on your PS4 in the comments below.