PlayStation Plus is Sony’s membership club for those of us who use the PS4, PS3, and/or PS Vita consoles. Sony’s current pricing structure offers 1-month membership at $9.99, 3-month membership at $24.99, and 12-month membership at $59.99. You can also buy PS Plus memberships through places like Amazon.
And what do you get for your money? Well, one of the main draws of PS Plus is that it connects you with a handful of free games every month. Also, certain games only allow members of PS Plus to access online multiplayer modes. There are loads of other perks, as well, including discounts on games and early access to things like betas and demos.
In this article, we’re going to focus on the free games you can get with PlayStation Plus each month. Usually, four or five titles are added to the service per month, but make sure to snag them quickly as Microsoft removes them about a month after they’ve been added to PlayStation Plus. Luckily, you get to keep whatever you downloaded in time!
This month, Sony has announced these freebie offerings for PS Plus members…
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
Uncharted 4 is the culmination of the Naughty Dog action-adventure series starring explorer and treasure hunter Nathan Drake. Trying to hang up his guns and raise a family, Nathan Drake is thrust right back into the action by his brother Sam, who was thought dead. Together, and with their faithful pal Sully and cunning journalist Elena, the group adventures to a fabled island utopia known as Libertalia in search of pirate Henry Avery’s treasure.
The game is an absolute triumph of cinematic storytelling and third-person shooter gameplay. Nathan’s final adventure is absolutely worth your time, especially if you’re looking for something to do while social distancing!
Dirt Rally 2.0
Those with a need for speed can jump into Dirt Rally 2.0, the latest installment in the racing series from Codemasters. You race both on the tarmac and off-road tracks across stages in different locations around the world, including Spain, Argentina, Greece, Germany, Australia, and the U.S. Choose from 50 cars from several eras of rally racing, from the ’60s all the way to the modern cars you’ll see on the track today.
Speed demons will get a kick out of this game, and it’s also a good way to connect with friends online. The racing multiplayer can get quite competitive!