PlayStation Plus December 2016 Free Games: 'Wolfenstein: The New Order.' 'Gravity Rush 2' And More Coming This Christmas
Just a couple of days from now and we will be seeing new games from PlayStation Plus. The upcoming PS Plus December free games will just add more excitement to the Christmas spirit and players can't wait any longer.
While the November release of PlayStation Plus free games were a bit of a disappointment, players are still anticipating the upcoming release from Sony. To help players know what is in store for them in December, here are some of the most anticipated games to come for PlayStation Plus.
"Wolfenstein: The New Order." This first-person shooter video game will really be a great way to end the year especially since there may be a new "Wolfenstein: The New Order 2" in 2017. With PlayStation Plus rumored to offer this game in December fans will be able to get familiar with Wolfenstein once again before Bethesda releases it.
"Hyper Light Drifter." This indie role-playing game developed by Heart machine can be one of the available games on December for PlayStation Plus subscribers. While the theme is mostly like "The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past," its pixelated style is somehow the same with "Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP."
"The Walking Dead Michonne." TellTale is releasing "The Walking Dead" Season 3 will be released in December, according to PSU. If PlayStation Plus releases "The Walking Dead Michonne" on December, this will also be a good way to advertise the episodic interactive drama graphic adventure survival horror.
"Gravity Rush 2." Subscribers of PlayStation Plus may be able to enjoy "Gravity Rush 2" as the action-adventure video game is rumored to also come out on the first week of the last month.
While Sony has not yet confirmed the full line-up of their upcoming PlayStation Plus free games to their avid subscribers, players should expect that it will be worth it. Sony, however, will announce their PlayStation Plus free games before the month of November ends.
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