The lineup of free games that will be offered to PS Plus subscribers during the month of October may have been revealed in advance, with Dealabs advancing that PS4 and PS5 players will receive three renowned titles, including a game yet to be released on consoles but which is already making many fans mouth water.
The offer for PS Plus subscribers who already have a PS5 at home will be Hell Let Loose, whose launch for the next generation console is scheduled for the next October 5th, a holiday in Portugal.
We’re talking about a tactical shooter in the first person that takes its inspiration from WWII and offers team-oriented gameplay on maps with incredible detail . Hell Let Loose is now available on Steam, where it collected more than 100 thousand positive reviews.
PS Plus Games for October 2000 for PS4 and PS5 should please fans of all genres
In addition to this anticipated shooter, PlayStation should also offer PGA Tour 2K20, a bold choice that will especially make fans of Golf happy, a sport that is gaining more and more fans in our country, but especially in a demographic group with less propensity for video games.
Mortal Kombat X is expected to close next month’s deals, something that seems to confirm Sony’s trend toward less-than-sense deals. Remember that the game is a few years old and is part of the PS Plus Collection that is available to all PS5 players with an active PS Plus subscription.
In short, the lineup seems to hold essentially for Hell Let Loose, a game much anticipated by shooting fanatics. The remaining offers may be to the liking of a minority of gamers, not least because the tenth entry in the Mortal Kombat franchise should already appear in the vast majority of PlayStation players’ libraries.
Offers for the month of October must be officially announced next Wednesday 29 in September. Only then will we know if the French Dealabs forum leak matches reality, something that happens quite often.
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