Gamers just gained some choice in which games will make the cut for PlayStation Plus. Sony announced in a blog post that a new feature called “Vote to Play” will allow gamers to vote for future PlayStation Plus titles.
“This promotion enables PlayStation Plus members to vote on one of several PlayStation 4 games for the upcoming month’s Instant Game Collection,” writes John Koller, VP of Platforms Marketing for Sony.
The game that receives the most votes will be selected as part of the free game lineup. Picks that don’t make the cut for the first promotion will be available at a discount.
PlayStation Plus was already a good deal. You can download new games each month for PS3, PS4 and PS Vita for only $50 a year. Some really good games have been featured ranging from big name studios to small indies.
The company says that they will have more details on when voting begins and what games will be included in the initial round of voting at a later date.