Looks like the January Plus Plus offer has been leaked, and next year we won't be bored either

Looks like the January Plus Plus offer has been leaked, and next year we won’t be bored either

It’s only December 22nd, but next month’s PS Plus show has again leaked early. As in recent months, Dealabs is now a “goose”. The same page has properly leaked PS Plus deals in recent months, so it’s an unofficial source, but there’s no need to dismiss this leak either.

Let’s face it, 2022 could get off to a solid start for PS Plus, as a leak suggests that one of the games on January’s show is Deep Rock Galactic it will be. It is a totally mind free looting game that we can pay on our own or in cooperation with our thirds. Gathering the source of raw materials plays a central role in the DRG, as does crushing hordes of aliens.

The environment is very destructive and the caves are procedurally created, so we can have a really exciting and unusual shooter in January. Although the developers did not dare to dream big, the number of 200,000 units sold was targeted, but Deep Rock Galactic eventually sold 2 million units, and this number has certainly increased since January.

The second game is none other than Codemasters car racing game released last year, DIRT 5. The biggest advantages of this game are the detailed career mode, diverse locations and dynamic weather conditions. Also, crater placement gives you a lot of freedom, allowing players to put together more awesome trails.

The third game is a true JRPG gem, which is Persona 5 Strikers, which is part of Persona 5. Although Strikers is also considered a JRPG, it tends to move towards the action game genre with exciting fighting sequences. The point, in short, is that we need to save Japanese cities that are mired in corruption. Like the base game, Strikers has plush visuals and music, and it’s not an 8-10 game, but a 40-hour game.

According to the leak, Deep Rock Galactic and Dirt 5 will be available for PS4 and PS5, while Persona 5 Strikers will only be available on PS4 as part of PS Plus for January.

source: DualShockers

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