PS Plus: Leak reveals “Free” games in December 2021 for PS5 and PS4

For the fourth time in a row, the coming “Free” games for all members of PS More on the French website Dealabs leaked. In December 2021, subscribers can again choose a title for PS5 plus two other games for PS4 be happy.

Which games are coming with PS Plus in December 2021?

According to the leak, PS5 owners will get the full version of Godfall in a special “XXXXXX Edition” as part of your membership. It was not clear from the leak whether it was a code name or the actual designation. Godfall came out for the launch of the PS5 last year. We also got the Looter-Slasher from Gearbox in the Test viewed more closely.

Also include Lego DC Super Villains and Mortal Shell apparently for the PS4 games in December 2021. If Sony follows the usual rhythm, the “free” titles with PS Plus will be officially announced on December 1, 2021. From the December 7, 2021 the three games would then be available as “free” downloads on PS5 and PS4 for subscribers.

You can get these games with PS Plus in November 2021

PS Plus members currently have direct access to six titles. These are Knockout City (PS5 / PS4) and Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning and First Class Trouble. For the fifth anniversary of PSVR, The Persistence, The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners and Until You Fall will also be added.

Back up PS5 games from PS Plus without a console

If you don’t have a PS5 yet, but still want to add the game of the month to your account, all you have to do is go to the PlayStation Store via your browser or the PlayStation app. You can then easily secure the PS5 game there. As soon as you buy a PS5, the titles are available directly in your library.

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