Sony calls the list of “free” games for PS Plus in December 2021. The regular entry in the PlayStation blog is still missing, but the publisher has the line-up on the PlayStation Germany channel Twitter already confirmed. And thus earlier than expected: The announcement was expected for 5:30 p.m. today. That should also be the reason why the tweet has now been deleted. The information was presumably published too early.

Players can look forward to Godfall in the Challenger Edition (PS4, PS5) and the two PS4 games Mortal Shell and Lego DC Super Villains. PS Plus members will also receive three PlayStation VR bonus titles in December 2021, according to Sony’s Twitter post. It is likely that these are The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners, The Persistence and Until You Fall. The three PlayStation VR games were already part of the line-up in November and, according to the PlayStation blog, will be distributed via PlayStation Plus by January 3, 2022.

With the tweet, Sony has also confirmed the leak that has been circulating on the Internet for a few days. As in previous months, the user “billbil-kun” on announced in advance which “free” games are included with PS Plus. So he was spot on for December too. The downloads of the new inclusive games will start on December 7th, when the new update goes live in the PlayStation Store. If you are looking for more games, you should find what you are looking for in the current PSN sale. There are more than 900 games in the deal – for PS4 and PS5.

PS Plus in December 2021

  • Godfall: Challenger Edition (PS4, PS5)
  • Mortal Shell (PS4)
  • Lego DC Super Villains (PS4)
  • The Persistence (PSVR)
  • The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners (PSVR)
  • Until You Fall (PSVR)
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PS Plus November 2021 | The free games in November

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