PlayStation Plus has announced its latest batch of free games for the year with three free PS4 games, one of which also has a built-in PS5 version.
The game with the original PS5 version is Godfall: Challenger Edition. This PS5 launch title is a loot-based hack-and-slash affair, with characters wearing very shiny armor.
That Challenger edition allows you to try out playoff content from the start, giving you the weapons and skill points needed to survive. PS5 and PS4 players can play online with each other.
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The next thing we have LEGO DC Super Villains on PS4. You probably know what to expect with a LEGO game, and it’s the same here: an open world that goes back through all the story levels with unlocked characters in Free Play to collect everything, tons of silly humor.
As you can see from the title, this game focuses on the bad guys instead of the heroes. The premise of the story sees iconic villains reluctantly taking on the role of Earth protectors after the Justice League mysteriously disappears.
Finally, Deadly Shell is an intense action-role-playing game set in a ruined world. Your skills and your senses will be tested while dealing with sinister cult members. It’s a cliché to say that a game is like Dark souls today, but we just want to say that it is not does not like Dark souls.
Although the latter two games are PS4 titles, they can be played on PS5 through backwards compatibility. Interestingly enough, Deadly Shell has a built-in PS5 Improved version, but it is not offered for free here.
Meanwhile, PlayStation VR titles The Walking Dead: Saints and sinners, Persistence and Until you fall is still free to add to your account this month. We have described them a little more here.
These three free games will be available to add to your library and / or download from Tuesday, December 7th. You will be able to play them as long as you are a PS Plus subscriber. If you unsubscribe and subscribe again, you will have access again as long as you added them to your library within the month they were free.
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