Sony Announces October 2020 "Free" Games


from Andreas Bertits
Sony has now announced the games that subscribers to the PS Plus service will receive "free" in October. This time it will be scary with Vampyr and you can compete with others in hot races in Need for Speed ​​Payback.

September is drawing to a close and Sony is ringing in the golden October with the new "free" games, which you will see next month as PS plus-Member gets. Of course, you need to have a subscription to do this. This time the horror RPG Vampyr and the racing game Need for Speed ​​Payback are included.

Two exciting games in October

From October 6th you can download the two titles "for free":

In Vampire you take on the role of doctor Jonathan Reid, who returns to London in 1918 and is turned into a vampire. You are trying to find out why this happened and who did this to you. Jonathan has to cope with his new strength and also find a cure for an epidemic that is decimating London's population.

Vampyr not only tells an exciting story, but also offers action-packed fights. You will also have to deal with other undead. It is even possible to upgrade the hero.

In Need for Speed ​​Payback however, you deliver hot races in the city of Fortune Valley. You are experiencing a story about treason and have to take on a sinister cartel. You always move in a gray area and are even chased by the police. Anyone who knows Need for Speed ​​knows that this is about fast cars, tuning and exciting races.

Over time, you can earn important upgrades to pimp your cars. So you have better chances in the races and drive the story forward.

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PlayStation Plus: The "free" games of October 2020 in video

You can get the current PS-Plus titles Street Fighter 5 and PUBG: PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds until October 5th.

PS Plus: "Free" games for PS4 in October 2020

  • Vampire
  • Need for Speed ​​Payback

Source: Playstation blog

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