PS Plus free games reveal
Sony will announce its plans for PlayStation Plus in October on Wednesday, September 29.
And the big thing to note is that while previous months have included disappointing news for PS4 gamers, recent leaks suggest this won’t be happening next month.
Getting free games should never be a chore, but sometimes PlayStation 4 console owners can feel a little hard done by.
This usually only happens when a PS5 exclusive is announced that is also available on PS4.
Like with Maneater and Overcooked! – games available on both PS4 and PS5 – last-gen gamers can feel like they are missing out.
The good news is that the same thing won’t happen when Sony announces its PS Plus free games in October.
A series of leaks suggest that Hell Let Loose will be the PlayStation 5 exclusive title to download next month.
And that’s good news for PS4 owners as this isn’t a game they can play on their consoles.
Hell Let Loose is launching on PS5 only, meaning its inclusion won’t affect PS4 owners in any way.
The other PS Plus free games launching next month reportedly include: Mortal Kombat X and PGA Tour 2K21.
Both games are worthy choices for PlayStation Plus, with Mortal Kombat X, in particular, a headline release for any line-up.
First released back in 2015, Mortal Kombat X introduced a host of new characters to the series, including Cassie Cage and Erron Black.
The new characters were joined by old favourites such as Kano, Sub-Zero, Reptile and Scorpion.
The next batch of PS Plus games will be officially announced on September 29 at 4.30pm.
And if the recent leaks prove correct, there shouldn’t be many disappointed PS4 gamers jealous of what is being made available on next-gen platforms.
Hell Let Loose is scheduled to release on October 5, the same day that the new PS Plus free games are expected to make their debut.
At launch, Hell Let Loose will include nine additional to-scale maps alongside Hurtgen. These will include the windswept sands of Utah and Omaha beaches and the town of Carentan during the Normandy Landings and the days after.
The Battle for Hill 400 in December 1944 will also be included, as will a second game mode, Offensive, where one side plays the role of the attacker while the other acts as defender, will also be available to experience.
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