Sony announces Ultimate Editions for PSN

Games bundled with DLC are to become available at a reduced cost; further discounts for PS Plus members; titles include Red Dead Redemption, BioShock 2, and L.A. Noire.

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Sony has announced that the PlayStation Store will introduce a selection of Ultimate Editions on May 29. The editions will consist of games bundled with all available DLC at a reduced price, with further discounts available to PlayStation Plus members.

Ultimate Editions will include Red Dead Redemption.
Ultimate Editions will include Red Dead Redemption.

Some of the titles to become available include Red Dead Redemption, with Legends and Killers, Liars and Cheats, and Undead Nightmare; BioShock 2, with Exclusive Character Pack, Minerva's Den, The Protector Trials, Rapture Metro, and Sinclair Solutions; and L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition.

Rockstar's open-world Western with DLC will offer nine new multiplayer maps, more than 25 new multiplayer characters, additional new multiplayer weapons, and new trophies. The Red Dead Redemption Ultimate Edition will cost $27.99, or $19.59 for PlayStation Plus members.

The BioShock 2 edition will give players increased multiplayer rank (up to 50), four new multiplayer characters, six new multiplayer maps, six new trials maps, new weapons, and new trophies. The BioShock 2 Ultimate Edition will cost $27.99, or $19.59 for PlayStation Plus members.

The L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition includes the open-world crime adventure from Rockstar Games, with additional cases. The L.A. Noire Ultimate Edition will cost $27.99, or $19.59 for PlayStation Plus members.

For a full list of game titles that will be available, visit the official PlayStation Blog.

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