Sony announced their game line-up for PlayStation Plus members this October. If you’re subscribed to the company’s online service, you’ll get access to several different titles across three devices; PlayStation 3, 4, and Vita.
[Update 1: 04/10/2017] The Amnesia Collection isn't available to New Zealand PS+ subscribers, and appears to be missing from the storefront -- despite previously being made available. We've reached out to Sony for comment, and will update when we hear more.
[Update 2: 04/10/2017, 13:30 NZDT] Sony has provided us with a statement:
There has been a slight delay with Amnesia: Collection as it is currently going through the classification process. Once it has been classified, it will be made available on PlayStation Store in New Zealand and will be available for New Zealand PlayStation Plus members as an October Monthly game, alongside the other PS4 titles, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and That’s You!
The statement adds that, despite the delay, New Zealand PlayStation Plus subscribers will still get a full five weeks to access the Amnesia Collection.
[Update 3: 16/10/2017, 11:55AM NZDT] The Amnesia Collection has now been classified in New Zealand, receiving an R13 rating. The game is available on the New Zealand PlayStation Store, and can be downloaded as part of the PlayStation Plus October lineup. You'll have until November 16 to grab it.
Original story below.
Here’s the full lineup:
Players should get access to their titles on October 3. New Zealand’s games may differ due to region differences. We’ll update this story if that happens to be the case.
Source: PlayStation Blog EU