In a hurry, it is downloaded on December 4th.
Sony has unveiled a number of free games that PlayStation Plus customers receive in December, though it is a PlayStation blog, and includes a horror game, above-average action, and more.
Introducing PlayStation Plus this month includes:
- Soma (PS4)
- Onrush (PS4)
- Steredenn (PS3)
- Steinsgate (PS3)
- Iconoclasts (PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4)
- Papers Please (PS Vita)
On PlayStation 4, users will receive Soma, a gruesome game based on a survey made by Amnesia studio Fictional Games. Combines monsters and coarse machines and deviates from previous developer work.
Also Free on PlayStation 4 is Onrush, a high-octane racing game that focuses on crashing and accumulating your journey through mountains or other cars as you're zipping toward the finish. Released at the beginning of this year, but failed to meet sales expectations and its developer Codemasters was hit by a layoff.
PlayStation 3 owners will receive a free space shooter Steredenn in December that consists of roguelike elements to make your tracks in randomly generated areas more intense. The visual novel SteinsGate is free.
Vita is still supported by PlayStation Plus – that along with PS3 support will end in March – and its December set includes two games. The Iconoclasts Platform comes and includes PS4 cross-buy. Lucas Pope is an immigration adventure, Papers, Please, unlike any other game, and is also available on Mac, PC, Linux and iOS.
Free PlayStation Plus games will be available from December 4 to January 1. For now, you can play PS Plus in November, including Yakuza Kiwami and Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition.
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