PlayStation Plus will be great again from December

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We’ve already let you know which games you’ll be getting as part of your PlayStation Plus subscriptions for November – and it’s upset a number of fans who’re tired of the indie stuff,and have been waiting for AAA games for the PS4. Sony’s also been accused of not letting gamers know early enough what games to expect. Good news for them then; Sony’s fixed “both problems”. Here are some of the games coming to the instant game collection in December and January.

According to the Euro PS Blog, December really is Christmas. PlayStation 4 owners will be on the receiving end of Injustice: Gods Among Us ultimate edition, and the indie – but rather awesome – Secret Ponchos. In January next year, PlayStation 4 owners can expect the standalone expansion for inFamous: Second Son, First light, and the also indie, but also awesome The Swapper.

To recap:


  • Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition
  • Secret Ponchos
  • More TBC


  • inFAMOUS: First Light
  • The Swapper
  • More TBC

Today’s also the day that the Instant Game Collection refreshes, meaning a bunch of games leave the service, to be replaced with a whole new set.

Leaving PS Plus:
5th November: Dust: An Elysian Tale
5th November: Spelunky (PS4/PS3/PS Vita Cross Buy)
5th November: Batman Arkham Asylum
5th November: Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara (PS3 only)
5th November: Pix the Cat (PS Vita/PS4 Cross Buy)
5th November: Rainbow Moon (PS Vita/PS3 Cross Buy)

Entering PS Plus:
5th November: Binding of Isaac Rebirth (PS4/PS Vita Cross Buy)
5th November: Steamworld Dig (PS4/PS Vita Cross Buy)
5th November: Frozen Synapse Prime
5th November: Luftrausers (PS3/PS Vita Cross Buy)
5th November: The Hungry Horde
5th November: Escape Plan (PS4/PS Vita Cross Buy)

Here’s another look at the game’s you’ll get later today.

Last Updated: November 5, 2014

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