Sony’s PlayStation Plus selection has crushed it lately, and thanks to new lineup for October, expect the same as the end of the year approaches!
Here’s everything you need to know about the October 2021 PS Plus game lineup.
Latest – October PS Plus Free Games Revealed
The October PS Plus lineup has finally been revealed on Wednesday, September 29.
These massive games will be free for PS Plus subscribers this month, so don’t miss them!
With an option for sports players, FPS players, and even fighting game players, it’s a big month of action.
October PS Plus Free Games
Hell let loose
In some surprising news, Team 17’s historic shooter Hell Let Loose will hit the service next month.
This massive WWII based team-based shooter can support matches as big as 50v50, so you’ll never be sore for a fight!
Mortal Kombat X
A sequel to the new Mortal Kombat movie, Mortal Kombat X is also coming to PS Plus in October to bring the fight directly to subscribers.
PGA 2K21 Tour
The latest game to join the Playstation Plus free content list for October will be the PGA Tour 2k21, a golf simulator that has received positive reviews for its realism.
Develop your own career on the green or compete against others online like one of the sports superstars.
September PS Plus Games
We can expect the PS Plus announcement to arrive on the same day as every other month. The revelation will be made on the Wednesday preceding the first Tuesday in October.
Because of this, you should be able to get your hands on the games on Tuesday, October 5th. As for the September matches, they can still be claimed until Monday, October 4.
Monthly PS Plus games are getting harder to predict. Fortunately, the last few months have leaked ahead for those who simply cannot stand the wait. Maybe the same will happen this month, but as of yet there is no clue as to which games could be selected.
As for our predictions, it’s high time a game like Godfall led the selection on PS5. A launch title that probably hasn’t gotten enough attention, Gearbox may be keen to try and revitalize the game by offering it for free.
As for older titles. Something like Sonic Team Racing could be good and distract from the issues Sonic Colors is facing. Finally, an exclusive headline like Uncharted: Lost Legacy could be a great addition to buzz about the upcoming remaster coming to PS5 and PC next year.