Playstation Plus Free Games October 2020: It’s a Little spooky outdoors, so Sony’s free game offering for October 2020 is somewhat spooky as well.
Street Fighter V and PUBG have recently left PS Plus in favour of two new titles set to release in October 2020: Vampyr and Need For Speed: Payback.
Both of which are already available on the PlayStation Store. If you have an active PS+ subscription, you can simply go over and download them. If you don’t, I suppose you can subscribe.
The following is a summary of each game as stated on the Sony blog:
In this four-wheeled action film, survive thrilling robbery missions, participate in metal-crunching car battles, perform dazzling setpieces, and more.
Choose from three different characters – each with their own unique skills – design your rides, and take on an open world’s worth of events as you seek revenge on those who have wronged you in Fortune Valley, a fictional, corrupt gambler’s paradise.
Dontnod Entertainment, the creators of Vampyr: Life is Strange, invites you to embrace the darkness in this third-person action RPG set in 1918 with deep narrative options.
Play as a vampire-turned-doctor who travels across a London engulfed in violence and fear.
To battle or flee the forces of evil and vampire hunters, use your supernatural talents as well as man-made equipment and weapons.
Save the people of the city or feed on them to get stronger, but succumbing to your bloodlust could have fatal consequences…”
These titles may not be the most thrilling Sony has ever released, but they do signal the end of the PS4 era: by the time next month’s games are released.
The PS5 will have already been released in stores, unless global civilization collapses in a more spectacular way than it has so far.
When it happens, PS Plus will go through a major revamp. Sony has already revealed that it will now include the PS Plus collection.
Which includes a number of free Sony first-party exclusives and serves as a soft counter to Microsoft’s Game Pass.
It won’t be as extensive or include new titles, but it will take advantage of Sony’s first-party offers’ consistent quality as a method to boost the value of a subscription.
We’ll have to wait and see if the free games programme changes as well.