Like every month, Dealabs relays the list of games offered for PlayStation Plus, before Sony’s official announcement.
It has become a custom. At the end of each month, Sony reveals which games will be offered as part of the PlayStation Plus subscription. And a few days before that, dataminers manage to leak the games concerned and thus reveal them to the general public before their time. We therefore review the games for the month of December announced by Dealabs.
RPGs in the spotlight
We first find the game Godfall in its Challenger edition. The title will be available on PS5 and PS4 in versions optimized for each console. This is an RPG in which you must explore a fantasy world in search of resources, loot, and enemies to fight. You will thus meet demonic creatures that you will have to kill. For the moment, we do not yet know the content of the challenger edition, and if it will contain additional narrative elements, or simply cosmetic elements.
On PS4, we find another RPG namely Mortal Shell. In it, you play as a knight in a world between life and death. You will have to face terrible monsters to save what remains of humanity. It is a title with rather high difficulty, for the most seasoned players.
Finally, the third title offered in December is LEGO DC Super-Villains. Directly inspired by the DC universe, you will find characters bearing the effigy of the Joker, Harley Quinn and other villains of this universe. Do not look for heroes, they no longer exist in this world where crime rules.
How to get these games?
Obviously, these titles have not yet been confirmed by Sony, so changes may still occur before the official announcement. In the meantime, you can still take advantage of the PlayStation Plus subscription offer offered by Amazon. Annual subscription drops from € 59.99 to € 39.99.
As a reminder, PlayStation Plus is a subscription service offered by Sony on its consoles giving you access each month to downloadable games for free, often three or four in number, and allows you to play multiplayer games online. The subscription is available for € 8.99 per month, € 24.99 per quarter or € 59.99 per year.