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6 new games come to PlayStation Plus in December

Sony has announced the six new games coming to PlayStation Plus in December.

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Sony has announced the six new games coming to PlayStation Plus in December.

Following on from this week’s Xbox Games with Gold announcement, comes news of December’s PS Plus games.

Soma, the acclaimed survival horror adventure from Frictional Games, leads the PlayStation 4 lineup. It’s joined by Onrush, an enjoyable combat racing game from Codemasters that was somewhat overlooked on its initial release in June.

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Coming to PS Vita – and PS4 via Cross Play – is Iconoclasts. Joakim Sandberg’s game is a bold and intricate platformer with a memorable world to explore, and some truly cunning bosses to defeat. It’s our PS Plus pick of the month.

PS Vita owners also get Lucas Pope’s thought-provoking – and often panic inducing – tale of morality, empathy, and bureaucracy, Papers, Please.

All six games will be available to download from December 4, 2018. Here’s the full lineup.

PlayStation Plus free games – December 2018

PlayStation 4

  • Onrush
  • Soma

PlayStation 3

  • Steins;Gate
  • Steredenn

PlayStation Vita

  • Iconoclasts (and PS4)
  • Papers, Please

November’s lineup of PS Plus games remain available to download until December 3, and includes Bulletstorm: Full Clip EditionYakuza Kiwami, and Burly Men At Sea.


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