Announcement of the "free" games for October 2020 today

from Maik Koch
PS Plus games in October 2020: The announcement of the "free" games could take place this evening – provided Sony follows the well-known pattern. Accordingly, the free October games for PlayStation Plus subscribers should be presented on Wednesday, September 30, between 5 and 6 p.m. The fischen games may then be available for download on Tuesday, October 6, 2020. In the past few months, Sony has adjusted the rhythm of the announcement for the PS Plus inclusive games. So far you have been downloading the games for September 2020.

Announcement of the "free" games for PS Plus in October 2020 is imminent – if Sony should follow its tried and tested pattern. Accordingly, subscribers to the PS Plus service will also be offered free inclusive games to download in the coming month. This Wednesday, September 30th, the announcement of the October games for PlayStation Plus should take place in the late afternoon. We will inform you as soon as Sony presents the games that are free for members of the subscription service. Just have a look here in our news area.

From next Tuesday, October 6, 2020, the new PS Plus games should be available for download from the PlayStation Store. You will then have about a month to save the games via the PS4 console or in the store in the web browser. If you remain a PlayStation Plus member, you will always have access to your entire library of games previously linked to your PSN ID. The recommended retail price for the PS Plus subscription is around 60 euros a year. Be sure to keep an eye out for offers on price comparison websites. The 12 month PS Plus is often much cheaper.

You are currently still downloading the September games for PS Plus until the release of the fresh "free" games. In addition to Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, you can also grab Street Fighter V for your PS Plus library, if you haven't already. In the past few months there have been some deviations from the PS Plus announcement cycle. Due to the 10th anniversary of PS Plus in June, the July games were announced on June 29th – two days earlier than usual. There was also an earlier announcement in August. We can look forward to tonight, because then the PS Plus games for October 2020 should be announced.

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