PS1 games on the new PS Plus will apparently have a CRT filter option and more

PS1 games coming to PS4 and PS5 via the new PlayStation Plus tiers will appear to include options for a CRT filter, gameplay rewind, and other new features.

Malaysia PlayStation Store offers have appeared ahead of the revamped PlayStation Plus service, which launches in Asia on May 24th, with the option to purchase some PS1 games separately.

As discovered by ResetEra user Brokenswiftie, Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee, Worms World Party and Worms Armageddon are all listed as PS1 emulations, priced between $5 and $10. The first two cost 20 Malaysian ringgits, while Worms Armageddon costs 39, and other titles listed at the latter price are $9.99 on the US store.

According to the descriptions of the games, each will be PS1 emulation "enhanced with up-rendering, rewind, quick save and custom video filters."

The ResetEra post also included screenshots of these custom video filters, with an option that lets you essentially emulate the visual style of the kind of CRT TV PS1 games they were designed for. Users can choose from Standard, Retro Classic, and Modern visuals and also change the aspect ratio.

While Abe’s Oddysee wasn’t included in the list of more than 100 games confirmed for the new PlayStation Plus, the two were Worms games, and Sony has already announced that more than 700 games are coming to the service in total.

It’s not the first time extra either "life quality" Features have been added to PS1 games on PS4 as the Final Fantasy 7 port includes similar options such as the ability to fast forward.

As Bend Studio revealed last week, we also know that trophies for at least some PS1 games will be coming to PS4 and PS5, with Siphon Filter being the first confirmed.

The new PlayStation Plus tiers will be released in the Americas on June 13th, but will arrive in Asia (excluding Japan) first on May 24th, followed by Japan on June 2nd. Europe, Australia and New Zealand will be the last to receive the update with the service arriving on June 23.

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