New free PlayStation Plus games come with a surprise Sony forgot to tell you about


The latest free Playstation Plus games come with a surprise that Sony has curiously not promoted. The free PS Plus games for December have yet to be officially revealed, but that is expected to change later this week. In the meantime, don’t forget to download the free PS4 and PS5 games for November. And don’t forget to download the aforementioned freebie that they come with involving Rocket league, an older PlayStation Plus game that has since gone free. Like any other free game, Rocket league earns his money by selling cosmetic items, some of which are offered exclusively and free to PlayStation Plus subscribers. Specifically, alongside the launch of season 5 of the game, the latest Rocket league PlayStation Plus Pack is now available as a free download to all PS Plus subscribers on PS4 and PS5.

As the Reddit post relays below, the pack includes the following four items: Spoof Star DL Wheels, Ninja Star BL Boost, Seeing Stars BL Topper, and the Starscape Jr. BL sticker.

At the time of publication, it is not known if there is a time limit for this download or, in other words, if it needs to be downloaded within a certain amount of time. If so, it would likely be the end of Season 5.

The pack has actually been available for download for a few days, but PS Plus subscribers didn’t know that because PlayStation and Psyonix have done a terrible job of promoting the free download.

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