The PlayStation Plus and the leak have become inseparable, which raises a question or two (like how Sony can’t keep the list of free games for subscribers secret before the official announcement).
There has been no exception in recent months: Sony is simply late in announcing its PlayStation Plus games, despite the fact that they always happen at half past six on the Wednesday before the first Tuesday of the new month (which is why it will be blue) they were revealed on the first From the December list…), except for the gameplay. So someone inside the company is dropping out because if we keep getting the list right (sometimes partially…), it’s really going to be worth an investigation.
to France Delabson Billbil-kun was, as usual, the one who listed the latest PlayStation Plus offerings for 2021. According to him, the three games will be Godfall: Challenger Edition for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, while those with PlayStation 4 will get LEGO DC Super- Villains and Mortal Shell, although the Mortal Shell may vary from region to region, the leak claims. . We haven’t even heard of this version of Godfall: perhaps an extended version of Game of the Year, which could be one of the “from the bite Plus” titles on December 7th (it could appear in principle at this time).
It’s not all official yet, but the leak looks real based on what’s been said so far. In the meantime, we’ll mention what the November games will be, which will be available for nearly two weeks. Knockout City for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 is free for PlayStation Plus subscribers, as is First Class Trouble; And for PlayStation 4 only, Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning has been added to the list. There are also PlayStation VR games, The Persistence, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners – Standard Edition and even drop. PSVR titles are also free during the month of December, such as those It will be part of the show until January 3.
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